Solution-Focused Therapy: Focusing on the Positives

 

This method focuses on the positives and strengths of the persons involved in treatment, and seeks to build on successes and solutions already present. It is usually a short-term therapy.

Solution focused therapy can help with behavioral issues, relationship problems, drug use, and other issues where clients have become enmeshed in negative and problematic feelings and behavior. Solution focused therapists believe there are always exceptions to the problem behavior or symptom, and in those exceptions lie the beginnings of positive change.

 

Marriage & Family Therapy: Families and Couples

 

Family and marital therapists work with families or couples both together and individually to help them improve their communication skills, build on the positive aspects of their relationships, and repair the harmful or negative aspects. Who participates in therapy depends upon several factors.

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Relational Therapy: Strategies to restore harmony

Relational therapy offers strategies to combat marital dysfunction and restore harmony within relationships. Couples recovering from affairs, traumatic events, or dwindling passion can find a helping hand at Alpha Behavioral Counseling Center.

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Psychodynamic Therapy: Examining Your History

 

In psychodynamic therapy, the history of the family and of relationships is examined, and the client is made aware of and processes the connections between past and present emotional and relational issues.

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