Family Counseling in Schaumburg

  • Online Therapy Available
  • Flexible Payment Plans
  • Insurance Accepted

Communication is key.

Family therapy aims to mend severed lines of communication, broken trust, and damaged relationships by improving interactions with loved ones. Family therapists work collaboratively with each member to ensure that everyone is heard, and offer a safe space for the group to voice concerns, opinions, fears, and frustrations. This method of counseling is ideal for families coping with mental illness, grieving, seeking interventions, and strengthening familial bonds.

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

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.

Pave the way for a happier, healthier family.

Most families face challenges. It is not the fact that you are facing this challenge that defines you as a family. Instead, it is the approach that you take to move past it. Ignoring problems within the family structure can lead to poor communication and resentment. In some cases, families may even eventually become estranged. Identifying challenges before they get out of control is the key.

Making the effort to overcome difficult challenges sets the path for how your family may manage obstacles in the future. Not only are you improving current problems, but you are also providing invaluable resources for every member of your family to benefit from in their future.

Counseling can improve upon the strengths of your family.

Admitting that your family could benefit from counseling doesn’t negate your abilities as a parent. In fact, it takes a strong and compassionate parent to welcome additional communication and developmental improvements into the family. Parenting is one of the most complex roles. Just as you feel like you are getting the hang of it, a new concern will arise out of nowhere and challenge everything you thought you knew.

Our family therapists are not here to tell you how to parent. They are not experts in your life. Instead, they are here to help you identify problems with communication, conflict resolution, and disruptions within the family dynamics while also helping you find ways to overcome them. In a goal-orientated approach, you and your family will determine the areas in which you want to improve and together, you will develop a plan to achieve those goals. Our counselors are here to help you and your family navigate the difficult challenges you may be facing whenever you are ready.

    Online. In-person. Easy to begin.

    Our Schaumburg 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.