Improve your family life! The focus of family therapy are the interactions between family members. The goal is to make positive changes to how your family functions while learning to reduce conflict and restore interfamily harmony.
During therapy, family members work with a therapist to uncover the underlying issues that are causing disharmony in the home like feelings of self-doubt, fears of failure, fears of fully utilizing one’s potential, and long-standing self-criticism. These underlying issues can manifest as and/or be related to:
Typically, the first several sessions are used by the therapist to obtain information and better understand what is causing issues within family relationships. The therapist’s job is to use their training to help family members make sense of these difficulties and create a clear-enough plan for how to resolve those symptoms. This can take several sessions, however, the couple should start to feel gradually understood by the therapist and should have some sense of what the therapy can accomplish.
We're in-network with BCBS, PPO, Aetna & McLaren. We accept self-pay patients from $145 per session, depending on the therapist. Please call our office with any questions at 248-514-4955.
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Family Therapy FAQs
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How do I get started with therapy?
How can therapy help?
Almost anyone can benefit from therapy. It is a process for personal growth and self-improvement. Many scientific studies support that therapy is a helpful way to get to know more about yourself, improve your range of coping skills, and learn how to deal with life’s stressors more effectively. Click here to view a video that explains some of the ways therapy can be helpful and then Get Started >
How much does therapy cost?
How often do I need to come in?
Therapy is kind of like fitness – the more you put into it, usually the more you gain. We recommend at least one session per week to help you get the most benefit. Of course, coming more or less often is also an option. Questions? Contact Us >