Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives

— Unknown 

Being a parent is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had, and dealing with fears you didn’t know existed.

—  Linda Wooten 

Stay patient and trust your journey.

—  Unknown 

Family Therapy

My aim is to work together on building better communication and cohesion in your family relationships. I will help build awareness into negative patterns and offer tools for you to identify and change those patterns, navigate complex family dynamics or any specific issues that your family is facing. 
 
I work with families in their adjustment to new dynamics, preventing unresolved problems from a first marriage to interfere and manifest again, letting go of the nuclear family fantasy, and redefining roles.  Helping children and teens cope with divorce and supporting parents in their quest to “do the right thing” in an inevitably difficult situation.
 
Family dynamics are complicated. They are constantly changing, and evolve over time as the family’s circumstances naturally change. Families may face a challenge due to a new addition to the family, the loss of a loved one, a relocation, illness or something else entirely.
It’s important to recognize the unique needs of families. When creating a treatment plan, I focus on each family’s goals and priorities, ensuring that I treat the whole family unit in a safe and supportive environment.
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Some of the topics covered in family therapy include, but are not limited to:

  • Effect of anger on family
  • Financial Distress 
  • Grandparents Raising Children
  • Grieving Loss of a Child
  • Multiracial Families
  • Pregnancy/Infertility
  • Stepfamilies 
  • Domestic Violence 
  • Communication
  • Roles
  • Boundaries

Therapeace Counseling, LLC

651–800–1225
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905 Jefferson Ave
Suite 300
Saint Paul, MN 55102

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During this pandemic and beyond, Therapeace Counseling is now offering telehealth/virtual visits for your convenience and care. We understand that times like this can be challenging on many levels and want to be sure that you feel supported. Please make sure to read the CDC website at cdc.gov to learn more about symptoms and additional information regarding risks and precautions.

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