Brian Hofsommer, LIMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
9300 Underwood Avenue Ste 240, Omaha, NE
Family is the single most influential part of our life, for better or for worse. Many enjoy a happy family life, but no family is free from conflict and for some families, conflict is a way of life. This is when it is helpful for a counselor to come into the family system with a fresh pair of eyes. Family counselors are trained to be a part of the family without participating in the negative patterns of the family. They value each unique voice and shine light on the hidden messages and unspoken rules that dominate family life in order to heal old wounds bring peace back to the home.
Dena Crosby, MS, LIMHP, CPC
Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner
9300 Underwood Avenue suite 240, Omaha, NE
In a world full of insecurity and uncertainty; developing healthy 'family relationships' has never before been so important. The aim of family therapy is to do just that. Listening to the experiences as perceived by the family members, watch how family members interact and help, within the framework of empathic listening, through skill building and experiential exercises; I love to help reconnect fragmented families and create a place of certain intimacy and acceptance for all.
Scott Panning, MA, PLMHP
Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Professional
13906 Gold Circle Suite 202, Omaha, NE
So much of how we interact with one another as a family is automatic. When you've been interacting in roughly the same way since the day you became a family, it can be difficult to look into that process and pull out just which parts of it are helpful and which are not helpful, or which parts are working or not working. Feel free to come in thinking that you need to change just one person in the family in order to fix things. I will focus on showing you how the interactions among members of the family and the system in general is what needs to be changed in order to enjoy a greater level of peace and connection together.