Experiencing separation or divorce? Are you concerned about sharing
parenting responsibilities? The following are some of the most common
parenting concerns when adult relationships end:
The following are some of the most common signs of family problems:
If you are experiencing one or more of these signs, take the first step towards a positive change in your life. Call to schedule your free 15-minute phone consultation with Dr. Tracey Stulberg at (248) 258-9189.
For over 25 years, the Birmingham Family Therapy Clinic, Inc. has been providing Brief Therapy to families, couples, and individuals to help them successfully work through critical relationship issues- usually in under 10 sessions. These issues include, but are not limited to, parents and children dealing with high conflict separation or divorce, relationship dissolution, shared parenting, and severe parenting time issues.
When a couple makes a commitment of partnership or marriage, the expectation is a long lasting relationship. Unfortunately, far too many relationships end sooner than couples hope. Impactful changes such as separation or divorce, or shared parenting and visitation issues between non-custodial parents, is a change that affects all members of the family. If handled poorly these changes can damage the relationship between parents and children, and the child's ability to form healthy connections with others. If handled properly, we can minimize the negative aftermath and start on the road to healing.
Respect, trust, and support are especially important in helping a family resolve conflicting divorce issues. Brief Therapy gives you the tools to provide that respect, trust, and support your family needs. When facing critical shared parenting challenges associated with a separation or divorce, family members may need help avoiding or reversing destructive patterns. Using Brief Family Therapy to assist with challenges- parenting time coordination, unresolved anger, parental alienation, supervised parenting time, communication difficulties, establishing rules in two households, dating- family members can work towards a quick resolution that will benefit both children and parents.
Working together in therapy helps families reduce the hurt, foster positive interactions, and allow trust to develop. Long standing hostility may be replaced with positive behaviors. Collaboratively, family members can learn to support and feel safe with one another.
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Family Therapy sessions are client focused and solution directed using Brief Therapy. Clients collaborate with Dr. Stulberg in creating desired goals then actively participate in homework directed to test and fine- tune the skills used to resolve issues and achieve their goals. Therefore, therapy becomes more efficient and effective. Most clients successfully resolve their issues in 5 - 10 sessions!
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For over 25 years Dr. Tracey Stulberg has helped hundreds of families successfully resolve their issues and create healthy, loving relationships in less than 10 sessions.