Family Therapy

When an individual is battling an eating disorder or mental health disorder or has co-occurring conditions, their family is also heavily impacted. We understand that the family’s role in the treatment process is a vital part of recovery. Additionally, research shows that rates of recovery are significantly higher for clients whose families participate in the treatment process. We view each client’s disorder as holistic instead of individual, so we make it important to not place blame but to identify contributing factors to the development of their disorders, process them, and look for opportunities for change.
Our Vision

Family Therapy Components

Family involvement in treatment is welcomed (if appropriate/beneficial), and the treatment team makes every effort to ensure that family members are provided with as well as education on their loved one’s mental health diagnoses.  We value the opinion and input of family members and provide family therapy sessions through a variety of modalities including via telephone, in-person, and video conferencing.

Change happens when clients and their families choose to challenge their status quo. We believe families have a choice to either maintain any type of dysfunction or recreate a healthy balance. Both the client and their loved ones can discuss the presenting problem(s) in a safe space of vulnerability while expressing their thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Our family therapy program provides education, coaching, advocacy, and therapy to help create change.

Family Dynamics Group
Our Family Dynamics Group is a therapeutic group that addresses family relationships and promotes positive, healthy communication. Group discussions include family conflict and problem-solving, codependency, family roles, and healthy boundaries. Group members can identify and process feelings about family dysfunction and issues of grief and loss

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