Barbara Dietz, LCSW
307 President Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Family life is a multi-layered experience for each person. No two family members experience family life, or the relationships within the family, in exactly the same way. For this reason, family therapy is a very active, dynamic process. Although several family members may see me initially to explain what they think is problematic, I like to see the entire family together as soon as possible. My work with families focuses on helping each person explain their needs and hear how others in the family feel hurt and misunderstood. Reducing the stress and conflict within the family is the purpose of learning in sessions how to communicate clearly.
Leslie Feher, Ph.D.
marriage and couple's counseling, psychotherapy
9115 Ridge Blvd, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Each relationship is unique and needs an approach that specifically focuses on the emotional content inherent to that relationship experience. Therapy can supply the tools but the individuals must do the work themselves to create change that will transform that relationship into an experience with improved comunication and tender rather than adverserial exchanges
Judith MacDowell, MSW, MPH, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Therapist
New York, NY
Family Therapy starts with communication and weaves through each member of that esteemed group to yield a compassionate, trustful, respectful, moving target. Families are our foundation, as well as, our challenge. I will bring to your family the skill and experience with diverse types, unique styles and a future orientation to problem solving. Creativity is as important as control in a family system. We'll develop an immediate plan for finding the communication that makes the future less of a dream and your reality.