Regardless of the age of your children, or the size of your family, the help of an experienced psychologist can improve a wide range of relational and communication challenges often experienced within family systems. While working individually with family members is effective in addressing certain clinical concerns, others require more comprehensive interventions that can include parents and children.
The Benefits of Family Therapy
Family dynamics are highly influential in the overall quality of the lives of each of its members. Working together to resolve challenges and achieve understanding helps create strong, positive bonds between parents and children.
We help families with a variety of issues, including:
- Sleep Problems
- Potty Training
- Anxiety, Fears & Phobias
- Child Behavior Management, such as Aggression, Defiance or Anxiety
- Parent-Child Conflicts
- Sibling Conflicts
- Peer Conflicts
- School Refusal
- Co-Parenting in Divorced and Blended Families
Families may meet as a whole for treatment, with the option of additional individual sessions to address more specific concerns.
Building Positive, Supportive Families
Through family therapy, families can learn how to resolve conflicts and improve communication in order to create stronger relationships and lasting, positive changes. Whether your family is struggling with major issues or minor difficulties, the psychologists at Georgetown Psychology Associates can provide guidance and practical advice.