Marriage counseling that Heals in Billings, MT. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Billings. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.


Dawn Dungan, MS, LCPC-S, CRC
Marriage Counselor

Dawn Dungan, MS, LCPC-S, CRC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor-Supervisor

1645 Parkhill Dr, Suite 1, Billings, Montana 59102 | 406-876-2164

Sometimes we need to learn different tools of communication in order to restore our loving partnerships. I provide a safe place for both parties to speak honestly and heal the wounds that have created division.

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Family Therapy Billings, MT

Couples Counseling Cameron Park, Lockwood, Cline, Rimrock, Baseline, Hesper, Yegen, Huntley

Billings is the largest city in the state of Montana. Situated near Yellowstone, families will find all kinds of entertaining and interesting pursuits here. Load the whole gang in the car and drive out to Greycliff Prairie Dog Town. The kids will be treated to all of the comical blacktailed prairie dog antics they can handle. And make sure you don't miss the prehistoric paintings in Pictograph Cave State Park. Then, when you get back to town at night, take in a show at the Amusement Park Drive-In. When the sun is high in the sky, and it's time to beat the heat, head over to Big Splash Water Park and treat the kids to five acres of wet fun. Then take the whole bunch to see the outstanding natural habitats at Zoo Montana. Make sure you see the wolverine and river otters while you're there.1 Your family is going to have a great time in Billings.

Marriage and Family Mental Health in Billings

If you're a couple seeking to adopt a child or a young woman dealing with an unplanned pregnancy, Lutheran Social Services of Montana can help. Confidential and free pregnancy counseling is available for moms-to-be to help them sort through the feelings they have about parenting or adoption. Couples who are ready to open their hearts and homes to an adopted baby can partake in the agency's preparation programs to ensure they have the proper tools and resources to be effective parents. To learn more about these programs, call 406-655-5600.2

The Positive Parenting Program provides a group setting in which parents can learn exciting new techniques that foster the growth and development of their children. Feedback from peers is an essential component of the program, which focuses heavily on managing frustrating childhood behaviors in a loving and compassionate way. Parents have an opportunity to practice new skills, ask questions, and share their successes with the group. Call the Family Support Network at 406-256-7783 to learn more.3

The Center for Children and Families is dedicated to helping families stay together and build healthy relationships in the face of a loved one's substance abuse. Their Celebrate Families support group helps break the cycle of chemical dependency while facilitating reconciliation of the family. Children three years of age to adults can participate in the 16-week program in order to learn how to manage anger, solve problems constructively, improve communication, and build trust. Contact the Center for Children and Families at 406-294-5090 to inquire about upcoming groups.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

Families that are dysfunctional, in financial distress, or otherwise in a crisis situation can turn to The Family Tree Center for assistance. Their wide variety of programs include free respite care for stressed out mothers and fathers who need a few hours to themselves. The Second Step and Steps to Respect programs help children develop self-esteem, problem solving skills, and empathic understanding for others. The agency also offers a support program for incarcerated parents, so they are able to help coordinate care for their child and devise plans for reunification once their sentence is served. More detailed information about these and other family-based assistance programs is available by calling 406-252-9799.5


References

1. Zoo Montana. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.zoomontana.org/
2. Lutheran Social Services of Montana. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.lssmt.org/
3. Family Support Network. (2017). Positive Parenting Program. Retrieved from http://www.mtfamilysupport.org/triple-p-seminar/
4. Center for Children and Families. (2017). Celebrating Families. Retrieved from http://www.forfamilies.org/celebrating-families/#sthash.eMz5yqDv.dpbs
5. Family Tree Center. (2017). Our Programs and Services. Retrieved from http://www.familytreecenterbillings.org/page_template.php?c=20services_overview

Billings is located in Yellowstone County, Montana. It has a land area of 43.70 square miles and a water area of 0.10 square miles.  The population of Billings is 110,263 people with 44,092 households and a median annual income of $51,012. .


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Therapy in Billings is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Billings therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Billings public health department.