We believe the most important work we can do to heal starts with ourselves. This is why the majority of our work is with individuals. While we see couples, families, and groups, more often than not, work has to be broken down on an individual level. It is not until we understand and are at peace within ourselves that we can have meaningful and healthy relationships with those around us.
Most people want to make their relationships work. We find there are very specific road blocks that prevent couples from connecting on all levels, the first of which is imbalance within one or both members of the relationship. Once these road blocks are identified, work can begin on learning how to communicate, appreciate, and love yourselves and one another more fully.
Family is the most complex relationship we have. It can be the deciding factor in life for how we view the world. Discussing and dealing with the complexities of family is unavoidable in therapy. It is why our practice is called Newtown Family Therapy. If this is where you choose to begin your journey we applaud you as a family unit for wanting a healthier and happier whole. It is rare that this work can be done without the accompaniment of individual work, as a family is only as healthy as the individual parts that make the whole.
Once in a while a group of individuals with common work to be done can sit together in a safe space and learn from one another, communicate with one another, heal from one another, and provide a unique emotional understanding for one another. These groups are designed to provide the safest environment possible for utilizing one another to grow.
In-Office Psychotherapy Pricing
*Minimum of 5 clients needed for Group Therapy