Jyl Scott-Reagan, LMFT, LPC, LCSW
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
816 Hawthorne St., Houston, TX 77006
Even great families can need help. Teens sometimes get off track in the process of growing up. Family therapy works well to get parents and kids on the same team and moving in a positive direction. When divorce and remarriage impact a family, we can find ways to heal the past and create relationships where people get along with each other much better. I have years of experience working with families with teens, stepfamilies and blended families. I also work with families with all adult members regarding family businesses, money issues and aging parents/elder issues.
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Houston, TX 77001
Most family therapists inadvertently create more chaos through their well-intentioned efforts to assist a family move through a change process. Why? Brains are inherently deregulated (all of us, may I add) and most talking and dialoguing misses brain-centric problems that need more intensive help. Many times the emotional trauma created by years of solving problems ineffectively can wreak havoc on the brain's parasympathetic nervous system, not ever giving the family a break from flight or fight thinking. Contact us for an innovative neuroscience solution to family dysfunction. Kevin@kevinflemingphd.com or 877-606-6161.
Eliza Boquin, MA, LMFTA
LICENSED MARRIAGE FAMILY THERAPIST ASSOCIATE
950 ECHO LN., SUITE 200, HOUSTON, TX
Even when I'm in session with an individual client, I'm in there with all the people who have ever left an impact on shaping their values and beliefs. Our families leave an imprint on us--good, bad, or indifferent. Because I was trained as a marriage & family therapist, I am always looking at the challenges that my clients face through the lens of family/systems therapy. Let's face it, our first relationships are with our families and they lay the groundwork for all the relationships we have thereafter. I often encourage clients to do family therapy sessions because of the profound healing and understanding they can produce. Even if only one family member changes--the family changes.
Delee D'Arcy, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S
17045 El Camino Real, Suite 211, Houston, TX 77058
I am a trained and licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. I have been practicing from this perspective for 16 years. Working with families of any size in the room allows for change in a different way than individual counseling does. As all parties work develop and work toward a common goal, the process of therapy provides possibility for greater change. Family therapy allows for learning different ways of communicating to others as well as hearing and being heard differently. "Practicing" new communication tools in the therapy room strengthens the end result in the home and at work. Not only do you learn about yourself on a deeper level, you learn about your other family members as well
Eddins Counseling Group, M.Ed., LPC-S, CGP
Licensed Professional Counselor
1501 Crocker Street, Suite #2, Houston, TX 77019
Family therapy can be an important aspect of helping a young adult heal from an eating disorder. If you have a family member struggling with an eating disorder, we can help your family work together to support the recovery process. Our approach can not only help your child or partner, but help strengthen bonds within the family and increase effective communication, compassion and understanding.
Henry M. Pittman, MA
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associated supervised under Rick Bruhn, PhD, LPC-S, LMFT-S
7807 Long Point Dr, Ste 215, Houston, TX 77055
I have been trained in family system therapy. I primarily utilized structural family therapy model when conducting family therapy along with other models of therapy. Families are able to benefit from treatment with me because they obtain an understanding of how family dynamics work, how dysfunction is created, maintained, and ultimately resolved in the family.
Jana Henry, M.Ed., LPC, NCC, CCTP, LCDC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Family Counselor
Within Driving Distance of Houston, TX
As part of my counseling practice, I provide therapy for families, including work with adult children, parents, and siblings. I help families learn new ways of communicating together and how to develop new dynamics within the family system. Identifying which roles each person plays within the family unit can be especially helpful to find how those roles are affecting each other. In addition, I have experience working with families who have a member struggling with addiction. Addiction can have long-lasting effects on each member of the family. I truly believe there is hope for positive change.
Jenny Deitz, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Houston, TX 77062
I am both honored and grateful to have graduated from an American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) accredited program. This implies that AAMFT has reviewed and approved all of the standards put in place for a student's education and training in family therapy. As a therapist, I integrate this training to understand what elements of structure, trust, security, and connection are currently jeopardized within the relationships in a family.
Joan Lipuscek, MS, LMFTA
Child and Family Therapist
2990 Richmond Ave #209, Houston, TX 77098
Working with several people at a time helps to support the entire family unit through issues of conflict, trauma, loss, divorce and other challenges. Sometimes, these issues may be related to one or more family members experiencing depression, anxiety or difficulty relating to others. If one is experiencing these issues, family members may be having a difficult time dealing with the stress and conflict related to the problem. My goal is to help you and your family overcome the challenges and pain related to these problems and encourage positive, meaningful connections with family members.
David S. Wachtel, Ph. D.
5252 Westchester St., Suite 105, Houston, TX 77005
I view families each as a unique mobile--all the parts interconnected and if one moves (changes), all the others react. Family therapy involves recognizing how each person affects and is affected by each other, and building on each one's and the family's strengths while helping everyone to change the self-defeating, not constructive patterns they engage in that perpetuates the crises and distress felt. I find it is often useful to not just work with the family as a whole, but also at times work with the individuals and the relationships between parts of the system. Regardless of the severity and the specific areas of problems (inlcuding when addictions exists), they can be corrected.