When we refer to family therapy, it may evoke an image for you of one specific type of family, such as parents and child or two spouses. But there are a variety of ways that our family therapist in Denver can help, covering a wide array of problems, circumstances, and family dynamics. Among the relationships that can be improved and made stronger through psychotherapy are blended families and siblings. And specific issues, such as divorce, grief and loss, family transitions, sibling rivalries, and conflicts between one or both parents and one or more children will be discussed openly and with a focus on resolution, as well as preventing future concerns.
Sometimes, it can seem as if the problems between or among family members are insurmountable. Daily anxiety and stress only adds to the obstacles that stand between family members and a greater understanding of one another. Our family therapist in Denver takes the time and effort to dig down to the root cause, and put a stop to the blame game. Pointing fingers at one another solves nothing. Furthermore, no matter how complicated and difficult you think your problems are, the reality is that solving them may not be nearly as hard as you imagine. In many cases, it simply takes the help of a professional.
It is, of course, obvious that emotions can run high in families. Sometimes, all the parties involved might feel as if it is he or she who is right and everyone else is wrong. The truth is that each person in the family conflict might indeed have reason for feeling right and for casting the fault on the other or others. But that typically does not tell the whole story, and it is so difficult to be objective when you are smack in the middle of things. This is one big way in which our family therapist in Denver makes overcoming circumstances easier and more effective: by providing an impartial ear. Your family relationships are too valuable to just let them erode. There is an answer. And it starts with a phone call to our office so you can schedule an appointment.