Counseling The Inner and Outer Family

Adults, children, and families have individual counseling needs and so do people in relationships. Family Connection brings a perspective that everything happens in context and has a solution. Counseling is solution oriented while evaluating with a global perspective for definite  goals and clear guidelines to specific solutions.

Family Connection begins with the needs of the individual, and factors in values, preferences in approaches, as well as personal and relationship contextual history. A client centered approach is taken.

Family Connection Counseling offers adult, child family and group counseling focusing on a systems perspective with a client centered approach.

Family Connection is a counseling service which treats the whole family, the whole relationship, the whole person.

The needs of the client(s) are seen in a context that regard personal preference and personal history.

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Family Connection Counseling

See also a description of a variety of Counseling Services
and their respective links in this site.

Susan Burns, MA, LMHC, NCC, CEAP

Family Counseling

Each person is unique and each context is unique, so information is gathered according to what is most valuable to selecting the most relevant approach for the client's therapy.

Some people require specific information such as a personal or relationship assessment. Sometimes the needs are practical like what to do in divorce or school issues, and sometimes behavioral therapy is needed  like in treating addictions. Some problems require deep healing and emotional release, while other times parents might need coaching. Counseling the whole family is possible while other times a child or adult needs support.

Family Connection Web offers a client centered means to a healthy system of relationship dynamics, help with communication problems, hope with educated parenting, overcoming negative relationship history, bridging extended families, healing divorce issues, blending families, and specialized work for children with social issues and those who are depressed and anxious.

Whatever the needs, there are a variety of approaches that can be used from family systems to non-verbal therapies. It is your choice how it proceeds.

You can also view the Family Connection web site.

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