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Offering both online and in-person sessions. 

An important note

If there is abuse occurring in the couple or family, couples/family therapy is contraindicated because it can do more harm than good. For example, therapy may unwittingly elicit information that may be used against the abused party later by the abusive party, thereby putting the abused person at greater risk. Couples/family therapy is also conducted on the premise of mutuality, where the parties involved share mutual responsibility in the presenting issues and must cooperate towards mutual goals. In the case of abusive relationships, this concept of mutuality does not apply - there is no justification for violence and abuse. In those cases, it is recommended that the abusive party seek individual therapy with a specialist to work on anger management, address any underlying substance abuse issues, or any other issues. Group therapy is also an option, where the abusive party can work in a collaborative group setting with others dealing with similar issues.


If you are experiencing abuse, click here for resources that can provide help. You are not alone, and there are professionals trained to help you.

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