Family Counseling in Naperville

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  • Insurance Accepted

Help for your family when there's nowhere else to turn.

When the going gets rough, your family is often your guiding hand that pulls you through. But what happens when it’s your family that's struggling? An unstable family structure can negatively impact many areas such as child development, individual well-being, and overall morale. Meeting with a Naperville family counselor will allow you to address any concerns among family members in order to help restore the family bond.

Common Reasons for Family Therapy

Birth of a new baby Divorce and remarriage Estranged family Loss of career or income Mental or substance abuse disorders Moving homes or a child moving out

We can help rebuild the foundation.

Based on a foundation of unity and trust, the family construct is one that takes great effort to break. Unfortunately, it happens all too often. When it does, it's common to struggle with resentment, anger, and frustration, which can make it hard to function both in and out of the home. Taking advantage of our Naperville family counseling services can help. Our therapists will work through those difficult emotions in order to move past them in a productive way.

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Did you know?

Approximately 3 out of 4 individuals who divorce will get remarried. About 40% of married couples in the U.S. are parents of a blended family. Divorce rates have dropped by almost 18% since 2008, meaning more families are working to overcome challenges.

Families of today face many new challenges.

Women are met with the challenges of furthering a career while also childbearing. Children and teenagers have access to endless sources of information. Additionally, families have to deal with the constant distractions that come with the rise of technology.

These new dynamics and social expectations can challenge and add stress to the relationships within the family. It is important to remember that you are not alone. Many families will go through difficult transitions that can make it feel like your family bond is falling apart. This does not mean that there is something wrong with you or your family.

Effectively Handling Family Conflict

It can feel overwhelming when there are problems within the family. It may feel like you have tried everything and nothing has worked. It may be difficult to see a light at the end of the tunnel.

Family counseling has proven to be very effective when working with family conflict. Families are a unique dynamic because there are multiple personalities and views to consider. A single solution will not work for everyone. Additionally, when families are in the midst of a stressful situation, it can be easy to forget effective communication styles. Disagreements within the family are normal. It is how you manage and deal with those disagreements that matter most.

We Can Help

The family therapists at Great Lakes Psychology Group use research-backed methods to improve communication and conflict resolution styles when working with families. We offer you and your family the tools and resources you need to move past a difficult situation. These same tools can also help you tackle new challenges.

If you and your family are going through a difficult situation, the support of a family therapist at Great Lakes Psychology Group can help. Contact us today to set up an appointment with a counselor that will meet your families’ needs.

    Making Healthcare Easy and Affordable

    Our Naperville therapists partner with insurances and neighboring healthcare providers in the community to ensure your counseling needs are met in the most efficient way possible. Regardless of your insurance or financial situation, we have flexible payment plans in place so that nothing can stop you from getting the help you or your loved one needs.

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