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Family Therapy in Washington, DC—Family Therapists and Counselors

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Family Therapy in Washington, DC—Family Therapists and Counselors

Whether or not we like to admit it, our families play an important role in our lives, from the day we are born to the day that we leave this Earth. They shape our personalities, our religious beliefs, our goals, our habits, and our relationships with others—for better or for worse. Some of us are close with our family members, while others haven’t spoken to their family members in years. In either case, family therapy can prove beneficial if you decide that you want to improve your relationships with your family members.

“Behind every great relationship are difficult and uncomfortable conversations we rarely get to see. Great relationships don’t just fall into our laps. They require people to move through their fears and insecurities and do the hard work to move wounds into healing.” –Vienna Pharaon

If you’re in a tough spot with your parents, your siblings, your children, or other family members, but you want to improve those relationships, consider going to family therapy. Family therapists can help you work through the challenges that are keeping you and your family apart. Doing so without a guide can be difficult, as each individual has their own thoughts, feelings, and opinions that must be considered. A family therapist can serve as a guide, mediator, and source of support.

Thriveworks Washington, DC family therapists know just how important our relationships with our loved ones are. If you need help mending your relationships with family members or working through a challenge, consider exploring family therapy. Thriveworks Washington, DC family therapists have the skills and the tools to help. Not to mention, they are dedicated to helping families mend their broken ties and find success in family therapist. Call us today at (202) 221-8410 to schedule your appointment.

What Is Family Therapy? How Can It Help Us?

Family therapy is a type of therapy that helps families work through challenges and improve relationships. This is often short-term, and led by a professional psychologist, licensed therapist, social worker, or another mental health professional.

Family therapy can assist you and your family members with making important changes in your relationships, be it with your parents, your siblings, your kids, your partner, or another family member. Often, it will involve having important conversations centered around identified issues. Common familial issues include:

  • Marital problems
  • Financial stress
  • Disagreements in parenting
  • Losing a loved one
  • Addiction
  • Mental illness, like depression

Any familial challenge or conflict can be better worked through in family therapy. Family therapy can help you all address the source of stress and conflict, work through painful emotions, and ultimately improve your relationships. So, if you and your family aren’t on great terms, and you think that you could benefit from family therapy, reach out to Thriveworks Washington, DC. We have family therapists who can help.

How Does Family Therapy Work? What’s It Like?

In many cases, multiple family members will go to their family sessions together. In other cases, though, one individual might work with the family therapist alone. In any instance, sessions usually last around an hour, and there are typically 12 or so sessions. That being said, your family might require more or less sessions. Your Thriveworks Washington, DC family therapist will determine the length and duration of treatment based on your family’s unique needs.

The course of treatment can vary from family to family; however, you can expect to discuss the following with your family therapist:

  1. Current problems
  2. Your family’s ability to work through their problems
  3. Thought and feelings of each individual
  4. Any problematic or concerning behaviors
  5. Familial roles/dynamics
  6. Strengths and weaknesses in your family

It’s important that you discuss each of the above topics as a group, so that you can best understand the problem(s) as well as the solution(s). Your Thriveworks Washington, DC family therapist will guide you through this process and offer necessary support.

Work with a Family Therapist at Thriveworks Washington, DC

Has your family hit a rough patch? Are you longing for better relationships with your parents, siblings, or children? Do you think that your family could benefit from a professional’s help? Consider working with a family therapist at Thriveworks Washington, DC. These mental health professionals can assist, guide, and support you, with the end goal of helping you to work through difficult challenges and improve your relationships with your loved ones.

To schedule an appointment, all you have to do is call (202) 221-8410. We’ll be here to answer your call and get you all set up.

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Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Stamford is located at 80 Mill River St Suite 2200, Stamford, CT 06902, at W. Broad Street and Mill River Park.

Phone number (202) 860-1529
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Address 529 14th St NW Suite #1170,
Washington, DC 20045
Office Hours Shown in ET
Sunday 8:00am - 9:00pm
Monday 8:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 9:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 9:00pm

Support team hours Shown in ET
Sunday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Monday 7:00am - 9:30pm
Tuesday 7:00am - 9:30pm
Wednesday 7:00am - 9:30pm
Thursday 7:00am - 9:30pm
Friday 7:00am - 9:30pm
Saturday 7:00am - 6:00pm

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