Family Therapy

During family therapy, you'll examine your family's ability to solve problems and express thoughts and emotions. You may explore family roles, rules and behavior patterns in order to identify issues that contribute to conflict — as well as ways to work through these issues. Family therapy may help you identify your family's strengths, such as caring for one another, and weaknesses, such as difficulty confiding in one another.

Mission Viejo & Yorba Linda Individual, Couples, and Family Therapist

Experienced in helping patients overcome depression, grief, anxiety, stress, infidelity, and more.

  • Anger Management

    Anger Management

    Improve and Resolve Anger Management Issues Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems—problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall…

  • Parenting Issues

    Parenting Issues

    Family Therapy Can Help Resolve Your Parenting Issues It almost goes without saying that being a parent is one of the most rewarding and profound experiences one can have. Many parents find themselves challenged and stretched beyond their imaginations when…

  • Conflict Between Parents and Children

    Conflict Between Parents and Children

    Therapy for Conflict Between a Parent and Child While arguments between a parent and their child is not of itself a bad thing, the manner in which we choose to resolve theses disagreements is what ultimately determines the outcome and…

  • Helping Children and Adults Cope with Marital Problems or Divorce

    Helping Children and Adults Cope with Marital Problems or Divorce

    Support for Parents & Children Dealing with Divorce Divorce is a major stressful event for children and adults. To children, divorce is confusing. They have so many concerns and questions about how their lives will change. They cannot control what…

  • Grief and Loss

    Grief and Loss

    Therapy can Help with Grief and Loss Grief is a reaction to loss that can encompass a range of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, and is experienced differently by each person according to his or her culture, background, gender, beliefs, personality,…