Typically, Family Therapy involves parents and child/children, as well as couples in conflict; however, any family combination can make up the group of family members who work together to help improve behaviors and emotions that are in conflict within the family.
Examples of problems that may bring a family into therapy include:
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Grief or Loss
Divorce and Adjustment Issues
Conflict Within a Marriage or Relationship
Nona Owens, Ph.D.
580 Springridge Rd.
Clinton, Ms. 39056
Child, Adult, and Family Therapist | Psychologist | Clinton | Jackson| Vicksburg | Brandon | Magee | Depression | Anxiety | ADHD | ADHD Testing | Divorce Recovery | Children in Divorce | Relationship Problems | ACOA| Co-Dependence | Grief Recovery | Oppositional Defiant Disorder | Medicaid