Family Counseling2019-08-01T17:06:42+00:00

Christian Counseling for Family Counseling

In our fast-paced and busy modern world, it is especially challenging to develop the life patterns and habits that support a healthy family dynamic. Our cultural infatuation with social media and smart phones has changed the way we communicate, and the precious little time families have together is too often divided and distracted.

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Family relationships are complex: the way each member behaves has a lasting effect on the lives of the other members. Sometimes, a family’s relational patterns seem completely normal on the surface, while underneath there is a real need for change and renewed understanding. A negative family dynamic can easily spiral out of control, leading members to develop dysfunctional habits such as passive-aggressive behavior and neglectfulness. Family strains also come to the fore at times of particular stress, such as during divorce or after the death of a relative.

Christian family counseling offers a space for family members to examine their relational habits, to seek fresh perspective, and to foster a loving dynamic of compassion and open communication with one another. The goal of family counseling is to address problematic issues within the patterns of your family life. Family counseling can also help you navigate particular trials such as divorce, unemployment, or sibling rivalry. A Christian family counselor will help you and your loved ones identify and resolve underlying issues. He or she will provide objective and practical insight into your struggles, and will offer practical steps toward fostering a loving family life.

In our fast-paced and busy modern world, it is especially challenging to develop the life patterns and habits that support a healthy family dynamic. Our cultural infatuation with social media and smart phones has changed the way we communicate, and the precious little time families have together is too often divided and distracted. Combine these issues with the stress of divorce, unemployment, or single-parenthood, and it’s no wonder today’s families are struggling to form loving practices and real intimacy.

In many respects, the way we relate to our family sets the tone for how we conduct our relationships throughout life. In order to build a healthy dynamic, today’s families must spend quality time together and learn to communicate well. Families that set aside consistent time for one another simply know each other better: these families develop intimacy while making lasting memories. Likewise, families that cultivate positive and open lines of communication foster a dynamic in which each person feels heard, understood, validated, and loved.