Learn how to end a family conflict with the help of therapy
Family conflict tends to peak around holidays, and with Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, you might be noticing tensions rising in your family. If you’re in the Cleveland area and you’re experiencing or witnessing any kind of conflict between parents, parents and children, siblings, or among extended family, you should know that there’s a great potential benefit in seeking the help of a trained mediator of some sort– especially a professional psychologist or therapist with expertise in resolving these conflicts, like myself.
I found this timely article on mississauga.com about the help therapy can offer in ending family conflicts, and I thought this excerpt might help you identify yourself or someone you care about as being in the midst of a family conflict that could benefit from counseling. Please read this excerpt and click the link below for the full story, and call me today if you’re ready to schedule a family counseling appointment.
When families are getting along, it can be the single most source of love and support in your life.
When families are in discord, it could be the single greatest source of stress and conflict a person has to deal with.
There are many types of family conflict; spouses at odds over difficulties in their marriage or children having behavioural problems. Maybe we’re newly married and are not adjusting well to co-habitation, or perhaps we’re embarking on our second marriage and trying to blend our families.
Another conflict that can divide families are issues with the in-laws, or adult children having to move back in with their parents or when an elderly parent moves in with you because they need care. All of these scenarios can cause a lot of stress and conflict within a family.