Family therapy services in 34224: Englewood, FL. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in 34224: Englewood, FL. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around Englewood, Florida.


Randall Crouch, LMHC
Family Therapist

Randall Crouch, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

3028 Caring Way Unit 1, Port Charlotte, Florida 33952 | 9412767889

I have so much fun working with families that are in trouble. There is nothing better than to have a family in my office that is in total disarray at the start of therapy with me only to be communicating, united, and stronger than ever after working through their therapy. Families should support one another unconditionally, communicate without fear or malice, be on the same team, and learn how to make family decisions. I teach these skills and more.

Valiant Recovery, CCCCA
Family Therapist

Valiant Recovery, CCCCA

Residential Addiction Program

Olympia, Punta Gorda, Florida 33950 | 941-882-1664

When a family member is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, the entire family is affected negatively. Communication barriers within families of addicts may cause the addict to withdraw into isolation, leaving their family members feeling frustrated, ashamed, lonely, fearful, depressed, hopeless and angry. The sources of addiction are mental, emotional and psychological in nature, and the addict, as well as their family, need to heal under the care of professionals. At Valiant Recovery, we offer counseling to the families of addicts to help them process the difficult emotions they have confronted, and to create a healthy, supportive environment for the addict to return home to.

Esther McDonough, MSW, LCSW Qualified Supervisor
Family Therapist

Esther McDonough, MSW, LCSW Qualified Supervisor

Esther McDonough, Registered Clinical Social Worker

1314 Cape Coral Parkway E Suite 322, Cape Coral, Florida 33904 | 239 471 2928

Families are a whole, we each play our part. When one member is broken, is the family whole? Do you know what words and deeds have constricted or brought freedom to family members? Are there blended family issues that cannot be mixed in even at high speed? What roles do you and other members play? What parts have been prescribed, what roles are played? Do you feel that you’re caught up in an old movie; same action, same words, and the same scene over and over again? When working with families, my main approach is Systems Therapy to strengthen the family unit. However, during treatment often times there is 1 or more family members that will need to be seen in individual therapy.

Tara Moser, LCSW, RPT-S, CAAPT-I
Family Therapist

Tara Moser, LCSW, RPT-S, CAAPT-I

Owner

3723A Del Prado Blvd A, Cape Coral, Florida 33904 | 2395401155

Let’s define family! You get to decide. One definition – family is a group of loved ones working on the same targeted goals. There are families of all kinds – blended families, disjointed families, adult children working with their parents, youth and their parents, and so many more combinations that we could never list them all. One of the most frequent calls we receive is for family therapy, however after some discussion with you, it is often an individual within the family that first desires a change to get the family change rolling. Family therapy is similar to individual therapy or couples therapy, it just has more people. It could be any combination of 2 or more individuals working

Natalie Lampkin, LMHC
Family Therapist

Natalie Lampkin, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

2803 Fruitville Road, Suite 137, Sarasota, Florida 34237 | 941-932-1134

There are times when demands on the family system cause wear and tear on the system which can contribute to a dysfunctional home environment. Family counseling can be beneficial in helping a family learn skills and strategies to rebuild and improve relationships. The therapeutic process can help family members gain an understanding of how the household functions and may focus on identification of roles within the family with the overall goals being identification of strengths, improved communication, and increased empathy and emotional support, which will create more effective family management.

Ron Cook, M.Div., LMHC, BCPCC
Family Therapist

Ron Cook, M.Div., LMHC, BCPCC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

10501 Six Mile Cypress Pkwy. Suite 107, Fort Myers, Florida 33966 | 239-277-1506

Why can't we all just get along? Most families have probably asked that question at some point in time. The reality is that families are dynamic relationships--constantly changing. The way you relate to one another today will likely be different from yesterday. Families are also made up of people--people who are often very different from one another--and grace is required when dealing with people. Finally, many families today are "blended families"--meaning that mom and/or dad have children from outside of their relationship with one another. Whatever your circumstances, we would love to meet your family and teach you how to embrace one another as God intended.

Lisa Bissett, M.Ed., Ed.S., LMHC
Family Therapist

Lisa Bissett, M.Ed., Ed.S., LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

5454 Lena Road, Suite 106, Bradenton, Florida 34211 | 941-806-9897

That "One Big Happy Family" feeling is often fleeting, as it tends to be affected by the constantly changing demands placed on each family member. Sometimes family reactions aren't directly affected by painful or chaotic life events, but are conflicts or power struggles that may have existed from childhood. If disagreements and emotional/irrational behaviors have become the norm in your household, it may be time to enlist my help. As a skilled therapist & objective professional, I can help you & your family hash out your issues in a structured, safe environment. Furthermore, I can assist you in decreasing resentment & distrust, while helping you improve insight & communication w/ one another


34224 is a zip code located in Charlotte County and part of Englewood, Florida. It has a land area of 12.959 square miles.  The population of 34224 is 15,394 people.