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"Family therapy is different because it's not exclusively talk therapy. That is, unlike going to therapy by yourself, family therapy almost always involves relationships. Usually, people who seek family therapy do so because they're struggling with some challenge related to their family like conflict, communication challenges, behavioral issues or trauma. We can work through those challenges and observe patterns of interaction between family members, including those that are healthy and productive and those that are "toxic." Our job is to help you change those patterns so you can create the family environment that works for you.Family therapy has been proven to effectively treat adolescent drug abuse, marital challenges, depression and alcoholism to name just a few. It's solution-oriented and from the moment you meet us, we'll be thinking about how to help you arrive at finding new solutions to old problems."

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