Family therapy services in 53402: Racine, WI. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in 53402: Racine, WI. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around Racine, Wisconsin.


Family Therapist

Renee Murphy-Hughes, M.A., FPT, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

80th Street, Kenosha, Wisconsin

Family Counseling is interesting as you have not just one group dynamic, but several smaller group dynamics such as the parents, the siblings, one each to the other....A counselor really needs to know how to take control of these sessions so no one feels ganged up on and no one becomes the scapegoat for all the problems. It's often good to have 2 counselors available if there is more than 5 people attending. This type of counseling can include blended families, adoptive families, foster families, or families that might have children whom are involved with Child Protective Services, School Services, or the Judicial System. I have advocated on behalf of the them in these systems!

Family Therapist

Dianne Frances, MFA, MS, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

10520 W Bluemound Road, Suite 200B, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

I have worked with families for many years, and really enjoy the opportunity to help families restore their best attributes, develop some new, healthy, and supportive ways to express themselves, and move past old limiting patterns and beliefs. I operate from the assumption that even the most struggling family has positive aspects -- parts that are working well -- and that if we knew how to make things work better, we would. I see my role with families as that of mediator, coach, teacher, supporter, and guide.

Family Therapist

Elizabeth Stetter, LPC-IT, NCC

Counselor/Therapist

13035 W. Bluemound Rd., Brookfield, Wisconsin

Families are a beautiful and complicated system. When the family system falls apart, every member is effected. Finding ways to cope with changing family situations is necessary for a family to function. All voices and views points need to be heard. A great way to accomplish this is through family therapy sessions. I have. Lot of experience working with many different types of families and look forward to helping yours.

Family Therapist

Tracy Snead, LPC-IT/SACT

Professional Counselor

13035 West Bluemound Road, Brookfield, Wisconsin

The family unit is important. It is the basis for so much in our society. Family issues can be the one thing that can tear individuals apart. It is important to understand the family dynamics and to help the family understand their roles within the family units. Once the family can understand how each individual impacts the unit as a whole, then healing can begin.

Family Therapist

Deb Norton, MS LCPC NCC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Family therapy is complex nowadays exacerbated by high divorce rates and blended families. There's an necessary built-in awareness and empathy that has to exist in order to help these families. It requires more than knowledge and understanding, but rather an ability to read, interpret and redirect not one individual but an entire group of individuals who are invested in each other and needing insight, guidance and intervention. Not easy. Family Systems theory drives my work in this realm. It's all about the relationship and the impact each person has on the other. I've been trained in Gottman Couples Therapy - a leading expert in this area.

Family Therapist

Kristin Patten, MA, LCPC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

495 N. Riverside Dr., Ste 208, Gurnee, Illinois

Does it seem like your family is just off? or maybe like one person is to blame? Sometimes, the adults think that a child is root cause of an issue, but many times they may be the symptom to a bigger family issue. Many times I work with kids whose behaviors have escalated, and parents are looking for support. I then walk alongside them and the child to help identify the symptoms, the underlying issues as a family, and work towards living a more fulfilling life. Most times youth learn new ways to cope, as well as parents learning to decipher the codes that kids are trying to tell us. Call me for a free phone consultation and I'll help you assess if family therapy is right for you!

Family Therapist

Pamela Meyerson, LCSW

Pam Meyerson

1590 S. Milwaukee Avenue, Suite 208, Libertyville, Illinois

I work with families whose interactions and communications need improvement or are outright dysfunctional. For example, in a family with an out of control child, it is easy to blame the family stress entirely on the child. However, the way parents or siblings react or respond to the troubled child often compounds the stress in the household. I have worked with parents and children, as well as grandparents and children, as well as grandparents and grandchildren.

Family Therapist

Allison Schechter, PsyD

Clinical Psychologist

222 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Lake Forest, Illinois

All families are different and unique and all families experience periods of difficulty and disconnectedness. It can sometimes take the help of an outside perspective to assist families with identifying dysfunctional patterns and dynamics that exist within a family to try to bring better cohesion, communication, and unity to the family unit. I can help with exploring underlying difficulties that exist within family units, help families talk to and listen to each other more effectively, and work with you to create a more peaceful and overall happier family unit.

Family Therapist

William Edleman, LCSW, MSW

LCSW

270 Center Drive, Suite# 200, Vernon Hills, Illinois

Families can find themselves in a rut with communication issues. Mr. Edleman likes to bring those issues to light and help everyone get a better understanding of how each other is feeling. Mr. Edleman also helps provide the tools you never knew you had to be better at communicating. He also provides unique treatment planning for the whole family.

Family Therapist

Carmen Klenner, MSE, LPC-IT, SAC-IT

Professional Counselor

384 W. Sumner Street, Hartford, Wisconsin

As a family unit, working through conflicts and disagreements can be a challenge. Not everyone has the same perspective or viewpoint on a given scenario. Communication is key, but only if it is within a healthy environment where those involved are willing to listen to the other's perspective with an open mind. Sometimes a mediator is required to help guide the discussion in a more positive/respectful light.


53402 is a zip code located in Racine County and part of Racine, Wisconsin. It has a land area of 20.477 square miles.  The population of 53402 is 33,174 people.