Robert Puff, M.A., M.Div., Ph.D.
747 So. Brea Blvd., Suite 33, Brea, CA
Raising our children is one of the most important things that we will ever do in life. How they turn out, how life goes for them, whether they experience joy and happiness because of their inner strength and resources, or struggle with life because of inadequate coping skills is largely in our hands. Many adults have had hundreds, if not thousands of hours of training for their profession, yet when we become parents there is virtually no training available for what most people agree is one of the most important jobs on the planet: being a parent.
Gary Aris, LPC, CTC
Licensed Pastor Counselor, Certified Temperament Counselor
135 South State College Blvd., Suite 200, Brea, CA
Are you having issues with a spouse, child, or relative? Do you feel like you can't communicate? Do you feel mistreated? Differences will always exit, but can be dealt with. You're not alone! We create a custom made system that fits your life to bring the greatest results. Our counseling method has proven to be over 90% effective. Call us now to see how we can help you repair your relationship and live happy.
Carolyn Hudson, M.A., LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
242 S. Orange Avenue, Brea, CA
As a licensed marriage and family therapist, my education, training, and experience has had an emphasis on the family system. When working with families, a focus on the structure of the family, roles, rules, boundaries, and communication are areas included in our work together. Families of origin, extended families, and blended families can participate in family therapy and I find it beneficial when we can include all involved so everyone has a voice.
Stuart Kaplowitz, MFT
Marriage & Family Therapist
12598 Central Ave, #205, chino, CA
As someone trained in family therapy, I see each family member as part of a team. Sometimes, one member is in pain and acting out. The whole family will then feel the effect. I love my work with families to help them get unstuck and see the growth. For the children / teens, family counseling can help sort through the acting out (or acting in sometimes) and help them more appropriately express their needs and wants. I can help!
Ilissa Banhazl, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
2220 E. Rte 66 Suite 226, Glendora, CA
Working with the entire or part of the family is always helpful in changing and improving family dynamics. When you're family comes in you will all get a chance to speak without interruption. We will improve your listening skills and your communication skills using I statements, like "I feel_____ when you________, I need for you to __________. "Using I statements helps the other person to hear what you're saying and care about your feelings while feeling less attacked than if you had said, "You always________ and I can't stand it." When working with teens it's always best to include the family. This results in more permanent changes. Bring your family in and we'll resolve your issues.
Jackie Parke, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
1370 N. Brea Blvd., Suite 210, Fullerton, CA
Families in family therapy with Dr. Parke benefit from increased communication, restored relationships, a stronger sense of family identity, and new directions of growth for the upcoming generation. Family therapy can bring new levels of healing and connectedness into your home. Make a decision to "turn the tide" in your generation today so that the future will be brighter for you and your family.
Harris Marriage & Family Therapy Inc.
Harris Marriage & Family Therapy, Inc.
731 North Beach Blvd Suite 209, La Habra, CA
If you meet with us, we will begin therapy working with the adults to better understand their perception of the problems. Then we will work to help the adults gain insight into their part of the family dysfunction. Once those patterns change usually the children or teens respond favorably to the changes and often the acting out behaviors can be resolved fairly quickly.
DeAnn Richter, LMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
601 E Yorba Linda Blvd, Placentia, CA
Family therapy is the treatment of more than one member of a family at the same session, based on the idea that problems going on within the family can best be understood and corrected by observing the interaction of family members and identifying methods for improving their interrelationships. The behaviors of one member of the family affects the emotions, perceptions and behaviors of another member of the family. They are intertwined as something larger than themselves. Together, I will teach you a variety of tools that will help your family's interaction. For example, through reframing, we can often turn a negative experience into a positive one. Call me for a phone consultation to determine when we can meet to discuss your family issues.
Verdant Oak Behavioral Health, Psy.D. and Ph.D.
1490 N. Claremont Blvd., Suite 204, CLAREMONT, CA
Family therapy sessions aim to strengthen all members of the family so they can work out problems together. Often, if one family member is identified as having an illness, the cause can be traced back to a larger family problem. If the person with the illness is treated while the rest of the family does not change, then the symptoms will persist. Family therapy breaks these cycles by teaching everyone to better interact with one another.
Andre Estephan, Ed.D, LMFT, CSAT-C
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
250 W. 1st Street, Suite 214, Claremont, CA
Do you want to strengthen relationships in your family through open communication and caring behaviors? Do you wish to interrupt the cycles of negative interactions and replace them with mutually nurturing and loving connections? Do you desire to resolve conflicts constructively and create a climate that cultivates personal growth and wellness for everyone? I enjoy working collaboratively with family members to create positive change and find good solutions for their problems. Call me today for an initial free phone consultation at (626) 327-5711. I look forward to connecting with you.