Family Counseling

In recent years, the view of the family as a "system" has become an increasingly popular and important theoretical framework for counselors and family therapy professionals. By definition, a family system functions because it is a unit, and every family member plays a critical, if not unique, role in the system. Just as in any system, a family is only as strong as the connection of its members. When things just don't seem to be "working" anymore, an impartial third party in the form of a therapist can help families find better ways of communicating, problem-solving, and recovering a sense of harmony in life.