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It Takes a Village...

Family Picnic

Family Therapy

In family art therapy sessions, the unit as a whole to identifies and processes dynamic family issues through art and verbal processing. Each member has a voice. We will work together to find creative solutions for tense subjects - moving into a place of love, safety and acceptance.

Goals may include learning healthy communication skills, expressing thoughts and feelings in a safe way and learning to restore familial love among one another.

Your Family is Special

At Create Flow Heal Art Therapy & Counseling, we understand that each family is special and unique their own way. That is why we work together to come up with a specialized treatment plan. If your family wants to focus on building trust and developing communication.

We will target these areas during the session. If your family recently went through a loss, we will process grief and life transitions. If someone in your family is struggling with addiction or mental illness, we will work together to provide psychotherapeutic support to you and your loved one. Everyone will be included in this process. 
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Art Class

"Families are like fudge - mostly sweet, with a few nuts!"
-Les Dawson 

Family dynamics come to the surface...

Family therapy can be an invaluable resource for individuals and families facing various challenges, but it is important to recognize the complexities that can arise during the therapeutic process. The dynamics within a family system can be intricate, with deep-rooted patterns of communication, conflicts, and unresolved issues. These complexities can present challenges in family therapy, requiring skilled therapists to navigate and address them effectively.

According to a study by Sprenkle and Piercy (2005), some common challenges in family therapy include power struggles, resistance to change, conflicting goals, and difficulties in engaging all family members. It is crucial for therapists to create a safe and inclusive space where all family members feel heard and valued, while also working towards resolving conflicts and facilitating positive change. By addressing these challenges head-on, family therapy can help families overcome obstacles, improve communication, and foster healthier relationships.
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Reference: Sprenkle, D. H., & Piercy, F. P. (2005). Research on the Effectiveness of Family Therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 31(4), 431-455. doi:10.1111/j.1752-0606.2005.tb01576.x
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