Family Counseling Grand Rapids
At Sollars & Associates, we have marriage and family therapists at our Grand Rapids location that specialize in helping families work through the many problems that can arise in family life. From issues that develop between children and their parents to navigating the issues of blended families, our family counseling therapists are here to help.
Marriage and Family Therapists
Relationships play an important part in mental health. Family therapy aims to foster healthy relationships. They are key toward fulfilling needs for companionship, intimacy, and validation. Strong couples and marriages are able to be good companions (sharing their day to day lives, personal histories, and interests together), give verbal and physical affection (affirmations, hugs, sexual intimacy, compliments, etc), and provide emotional support (being there to help during tough times, validations when the person is struggling, etc).
In Marriage and Family Therapy, it is our goal to provide the tools toward helping people build and maintain strong relationships with their partners.
Topics of Family & Marriage Therapy:
- Communication concerns
- Premarital concerns
- Sexual concerns, such as low sexual desire or differences in desire, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, or sexual pain
- Divorce, remarriage, blended family concerns
Topics for Couples & Marriage Counseling:
Is your marriage or family struggling? Our marriage and family counseling services provide help for couples who may be considering divorce, as well for couples that might be struggling with challenges such as:
- General Martial Problems
- Relocation due to work
- The Addition of a New Baby
- Blending of Families
Our marriage and family therapists work with couples and families by helping them define where their disconnection is and what steps they can take to repair that disconnection. At Sollars & Associates in Grand Rapids, we also focus on helping couples learn how to effectively communicate with each other going forward to prevent future issues.