Counseling for Marriage, Family & Relationships
We all have many different types of relationships in our lives. When seeking out therapy for our relationships, it is helpful to understand the role they play in our lives. Relationships can vary from a spouse, to parents, children, partners, and even coworkers. Sometimes we experience difficulties, conflict, or strain on one or many of theses relationships. Minnesota Mental Health Clinics offers therapy to assist people in exploring and reducing the conflict in the relationships. The goals for each person vary based on the nature of why they seeking help. We individualize each session for the best outcomes in repairing and managing relationships.
There are many reasons why therapy can be beneficial for relationships:
- Family Help – coping with mental health issues
- Family Therapy
- Court Cases
- Blended Families
- Parenting Issues
- Custody & Visitation & Co-parenting Issues
- Grief & Loss
- Inter-generational Family Therapy
- Marriage & Couples Therapy
- Premarital Counseling
- Relationship Issues
- Postpartum Depression
- Fertility Counseling
- Caregiving Issues
- Seniors / Geriatrics
If you are experiencing difficulties, conflict, or strain in any of your relationships with others, please contact Minnesota Mental Health Clinic to see our experienced therapists.
Marriage and Family Therapist Considers Context of the Relationship Network
The marriage and family therapist near Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN is a trained mental health professional focusing on emotional and mental issues concerning marriage, partners or couples and family systems. Trained in psychotherapy, the therapist may work with an individual or the individual and people in the individual’s network. However, even if a single individual gets therapy, the therapist concentrates on the relationships affecting the individual’s mental and emotional health.
Treating Clinical Problems
Marriage and family therapists are licensed to diagnose and treat emotional and mental disorders. Some of the clinical disorders the therapists treat include marital conflict, parent and child issues, mood disorders, drug abuse and alcoholism, teenage drug abuse, eating disorders, the anxiety that develops with long-term care for a person with special needs and anything else that negatively impacts mental and emotional health of a member of a family system or the family unit as a whole.
The reality is that people in relationships are affected by those closest to them. The marriage and family therapists near Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN, do not treat behavioral and health problems. They address relationships within the context of the family network.
Marriage and Family Therapist Provides Critical Help
It is easy to be overwhelmed by relationships, especially when it involves loved ones. Marriages, partnerships and family relationships suffer when the closest relationships become dysfunctional for any reason. In many cases, it may not take many sessions with the marriage and family therapist in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN. Often, awareness through objective advice is the trigger for finding a new path to improved relationships.
The trained marriage and family therapists at the Minnesota Mental Health Clinics in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN, are ready to help. If you are experiencing issues in your marriage or family, you are encouraged to visit mnmentalhealth.com to make an appointment at one of the clinic locations or to request virtual counseling.
At your request, we will contact you confidentially to discuss the program and set an appointment time.