What You Need To Know About Family Therapy


Have you ever considered family therapy? Maybe you've held back because you're not sure if it's right for you. Maybe you're hesitant because of the stigma attached to therapy. But here's the truth: mental health services are essential services.

If you struggle with feeling ineffective in your life or your family, therapy can help you get clarity and the results to move you forward. With healthy family relationship dynamics, you can finally relax knowing you’re doing what is right for you and your family and grow as a spouse knowing that you and your partner honor each other.

If you're still on the fence about therapy and want to learn a little bit more about it, I've rounded up a few podcast episodes that can help you. Read on to learn what family therapy is all about and how you could benefit from it.

What You Need To Know About Family Therapy1. What’s Family Therapy Really Like?

If you're struggling with challenges in your family, like control battles, you might be wondering how therapy can help you. Listen to this episode where I explain what happens in family therapy and how it can help improve negative patterns in the family.

2. The Five Critical Things You Should Expect From Therapy

If you've never attending therapy, your extend of what to expect from it likely comes from what you've seen on television or perhaps heard about from family and friends. In this episode, I lay out the 5 critical things high-quality therapy provides to you.

3. Does Zoom Therapy Really Work?

Don't allow the current pandemic to stand in your way of attending therapy if it's something you're interested in During COVID-19, many therapists have transitioned to video sessions. In this episode, I share how effective Zoom therapy can be.

4. Q&A: Helping Your Teenager Attend Counseling

Perhaps you're in a situation where you're ready and willing to attend therapy but are having trouble getting your teenager to agree to go. You’re not alone. Many parents respond to a blog post I wrote a while back (see below) concerning this topic. In this post, I shared some questions I received and the answers I provided to allow other parents to benefit from the information and advice.

5. “Help! I Can’t Get My Troubled Teen to Go to Counseling!”

This is a blog post, originally shared in 2016 just before I launched my podcast, continues to be one of the most viewed posts on my website. The topic is one that has resonated with many parents over the years. For parents of teenagers, you may be facing this issue. Learn how you can have a productive discussion with your teen about attending therapy.

If you're ready to attend therapy or are still a little unsure, I have the perfect opportunity for you. I'm currently offering free 15-minute Zoom consultations with me for new clients. I've been doing these consultations for a few months now and it's been a nice chance to meet the people who are following me and it's been a fabulous experience. You’re all such wonderful people. If you want to get a feel for therapy, take advantage of this opportunity. Sign up for your free consultation here.

I hope you enjoyed listening and reading to this content and that it's helped answer some of your questions about therapy. If there's a specific question you're interested in learning more about, in regards to therapy or another parenting issue, ask your question here to be answered on a future episode of the Healthy Family Connections podcast.

If you're looking for a resource to help keep you productive at home while also helping you become a better parent, I've prepared a free gift just for you. It’s called Parenting Through Your Child's Second 12 Years. I know you’re thinking, "What the heck, 12 more years of parenting?" Adolescence neurologically, socially and emotionally, and often financially goes to around age 24. Yes, parenting your 20-year-olds is different than the teens. Download my gift and read and learn about the different stages of adolescence and critical strategies parents can use to avoid control battles and best support their adolescents’ quest for happy successful independence.

Please, take care of yourselves; you need it, you deserve it, you’re worth it.


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