Samuel Schaperow, MSMFT, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Psychotherapist
567 Vauxhall St Extension, #207, New London co, Waterford, Connecticut 06385
Research shows trying to just “fix the kid” does not generally work. The family should be involved if at all possible. I made it a special point to learn the specific strategies and techniques for this population as I went through my schooling. To this day I have approx. one decade of experience in working with this population, and I look forward to continuing to work with children of all ages, particularly with family involvement.
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Montauk, New York 11954
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.
Todd Schmenk, M.S., M.Ed., LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
1 Richmond Square, Suite 103k, Providence, Rhode Island 02906
Having difficulty with parenting? Miscommunication or no communication with your teenager or spouse? There are several behavioral and family systems approaches and tools avoidable which have a proven track record in being able to address and improve such situations. Learn how to identify unwritten, unspoken family rules. Learn the differences in the four distinct parenting types. Foster new ways of communicating with one another and pull your family back together.
Suzanne Sutch, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
100 Main Street, Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475
I have worked with families in a variety of clinical settings and from a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. Every family is different and every member holds different roles. In family therapy it is essential to work with families on breaking maladaptive patterns, begin to truly listen to one another and to provide them with the tools to create healthy environments in their own home. My approach with family therapy is to join with the members in a open, safe and non-judgmental environment to help provide insight, support and new strategies for all types of life's challenges.