No family is perfect. Nearly every family experiences some sort of conflict or dysfunction at one point or another. Still, many families regain or retain a sense of happiness and wholeness despite the troubles.

Family therapy offers a way to develop or maintain a healthy and functional family. Learn how to connect better with your loved ones through our family and marriage counselling.

What is Family and Marriage Counselling?

Family and marriage counselling is a form of therapy designed to address specific issues concerning the function and health of a family. Most families turn to therapy during a major transition, a difficult period, or if one (or more) of their members are experiencing emotional or mental health problems.

Family therapy often views an individual’s problems as part of a bigger unit: the family. The core belief of this type of therapy is that problems will remain unresolved unless everyone gains a better understanding of the family’s dynamics and work together to pull through.

We encourage seeking counselling if you and your family are in one of the following situations:

  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
  • Parent Conflict
  • A traumatic or unexpected loss of a family memberm
  • A major change that impacts the entire family (i.e., natural disaster, incarceration of a family member, or relocation to a new home)
  • When a member abuses substances, has mental health issues, is or was bullied, and more.

Our Approach to Family Therapy

To ensure your first session with us is a fruitful one, we begin our services by identifying the cause of your family’s conflicts. During this session, we’ll help you unearth concerns and problems so that we can begin to address them and together, we’ll work through them. By identifying the cause of conflict from the start, our therapists can map out a recovery plan immediately, saving you time and money.

Building Stronger Families — One Session at a Time

Our family therapy program offers a wealth of information on what families can do in the face of traumatic or serious situations. We teach participants how to respond to relapses, openly communicate and express their feelings, provide praise, etc.

We also provide a safe space where you can air your concerns. Don’t be afraid to be honest. We encourage everyone to bare their feelings, but in your own time so that we can help you through your problem.

Our therapists will strengthen your family bond by helping everyone:

  • Develop and maintain healthy boundaries
  • Promote problem-solving endeavours through understanding your family’s dynamics
  • Address conflict properly
  • Build empathy and understanding
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