Family Therapy & Counseling in Los Angeles, CA with Trusted Psychologists
Our family is our main support group that we turn to in times of need, strength & encouragement. Family problems can manifest themselves in many ways, but the end result is always the same: frustration among family members; sometimes to the point that family members may refuse to talk about the issue with one another, which is unhealthy for all parties involved.
When it comes to our family members, we often tend to get very emotional, which leads into dramatic arguments and intense feelings of guilt.
Common Family Problems Typically Experienced
Family problems will manifest themselves in various ways from mild problems to severe issues that become challenging. These problems, if not addressed, can & often will lead to behavioral and mental health issues involving enough stress that quality of life is affected.
- Financial struggles & pains
- Chronic illness
- Behavioral issues or academic concerns regarding children
- Sibling conflict
- Troubled teens
- Substance abuse
- Mental health concerns
- Separation or divorce
How Psychotherapy in Los Angeles Can Help Families
Family therapy, or counseling, is designed to help families come together and collaborate with each other on issues that need to be addressed. Family therapy will seek to address the verbal & nonverbal communication styles of the family, which will help family members learn & understand each other better in a very trusted, supportive environment. Family therapy ultimately seeks to reverse unhealthy patterns.
How to Get Started with Family Therapy in Los Angeles?
To get started please call us @ (424) 371-5191 and we’ll help you find the right family therapist to address your needs or we may be contacted online here.
Wright Institute Los Angeles (WILA) offers affordable, low cost family therapy & counseling solutions to adults in Los Angeles, CA and surrounding areas including Burbank, North Hollywood, Santa Monica, Playa Del Ray, West Hollywood, Calabasas.
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Deciding to find a therapist in Los Angeles can feel like a big step into the unknown.
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