Ottawa Family Therapy Services
Families are complicated. It seems whenever you get two or more people together, family relationships, communication, and sibling can all place a strong emotional role in family harmony or family conflict. Family counselling can help take care of life’s precious relationships. But families are systems, like dominos: if one element of the family breaks down, all the other elements are affected. Families can also grow and change as a unit. They work best when they work as a team. Understanding family and relationship dynamics, personal and parental wounds, sibling revelry, etc., all help each family member better understand the family dynamics, the family wounds, and thus the road to family healing. Ottawa family counselling can help when family relationships get stuck or there is family conflict.
Benefits of Family Therapy
The ultimate goal of therapy might change for each family depending on your dynamic. Our goal at Marriage Therapists Ottawa is to help you build a better, stronger, more collaborative family. Family therapy can help improve interpersonal communication and allows for better understanding and support of one another. We spend a significant amount of time in our homes and depending on the relationships within it, our mental health can be significantly impacted for the better or worse. Our team is led by Dr. Martin Rovers who has over 30 years of experience as a psychologist, marriage, and family therapist. Contact us today to book a consultation to help your family life thrive as best as it can.
Is Family Therapy Right For You?
Family therapy can help no matter what your household situation might be. Whether you’re just looking to improve your family dynamic or have issues or hardships you want to address, the experts at Marriage Therapists Ottawa can help. That being said, below are just a few of the common topics we come across and help families with:
- Behavioural problems or disorders
- Sibling conflict
- Boundaries within the household
- Parenting disagreements
- Family communication
- Marital problems or divorce
- Developing closer relationships
- Blended families
- Techniques and coping tools for difficult situations
- Problem-solving techniques
- Substance abuse
- Grief management
- Dealing with chronic illness
- Caregiving for aging parents