Psychotherapy Services & Groups

Child, Teen, Adult, Couples, & Family Therapy

Individual, couples, and family counseling can help children, teens, adults, and families address emotional and behavioral concerns, as well as offer new tools and strategies for improved communication and relationships at home, at school and at work. 

Psychotherapy Services and Groups at FamilyWorkshop include: 

 

  • Infant/Toddler Mental Health & New Parent Support

    • Assessment, treatment, and parent education

    • Developmental delays

    • Sleep issues

    • Behavior challenges

    • Sensory issues

    • Attachment and bonding issues

    • Postpartum depression and anxiety

  • Individual Therapy for Adults

    • Depression and anxiety disorders

    • Self-injury and suicidal thoughts

    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    • Life transitions

    • Parenting support and coaching

    • Personal and relational development

  • Individual therapy for children, adolescents, and teenagers 

    • Depression and anxiety disorders

    • Learning or attention problems

    • Behavioral problems

    • School challenges

    • Social skills, self-esteem, or peer issues, such as bullying or isolation

    • Gender identity expression and sexual orientation

    • Risk behaviors, such as self-harm, substance use, thoughts of suicide, sexual acting out

    • Trauma including sexual, physical or emotional abuse or other traumatic events

  • Family Therapy

    • Improving communication and reducing conflict

    • Behavioral problems in children and adolescents

    • Child and parent conflict

    • Traumatic or stressful family events, such as divorce, death, financial hardship

    • Mental health or substance abuse issues that impact family functioning

    • Major events or transitions, such as birth/adoption, coming out as LGBTQIA, separation, or remarriage

    • Sibling rivalry or conflict

  • Couples Therapy

    • Conflict resolution and management

    • Communication skills

    • Pre-marital counseling

    • Trust and infidelity

    • Co-parenting after divorce or separation

    • Improving intimacy