- adult relationships
- career change
- death of a loved one
- adjustment to family changes
- parent-child relationships
- sibling relationships
- cooperative parenting between divorced parents
- abusive relationships
- learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit Disorder
- school related problems
Although the reasons to seek help are varied the desired end result is always the same: families want to regain the closeness and trust they once shared together. Through counselling families are able to learn to communicate with each other in a more loving and productive way. It can help strengthen relationships and offer a safe and trusting environment to openly discuss problems that you may not feel comfortable discussing at home.
Counselling helps family members understand each other’s point of view. By pressing each other to express their feelings during conflict family members can learn to empathize with each other and see how their actions affect other family members.
When a solitary family member has specific issues altering their behaviour or habits in a negative way, such as addiction or mental illness, the rest of the family may need counselling. Those affected by the situation may meet in order to learn to understand how to cope with the stresses of the situation while maintaining a supportive and united stance as a family. As well, intergenerational family therapy looks at a transmission process in which attitudes, anxieties and behaviour are passed from generation to generation. They can help get to the root of the problem and help break the chain of negative behaviours.
Whether you have marriage issues, or require complete family counselling, Promedx Sports Injury and Wellness Centre has a team of professionals to help support you and bring you closer together.