Are you overwhelmed? Do you wake up in the morning feeling heavy? Do you hold back when people ask you how you are because you’re not sure if they could really handle your pain?
Sometimes life can be a struggle. You might be trying to make sense of your thoughts and feelings but somehow you keep going around in circles. Or maybe you can’t seem to focus long enough to find a solution to your problems. Perhaps you feel overwhelmed, worried, or lonely and aren’t sure how to make the changes that will help you live the life you’ve always wanted.
Let us work with you to sort through everything that is swirling around in your head and your heart.
Sometimes weekly one hour couple sessions aren’t enough for couples in the midst of a crisis. Couples destabilized by affairs, transition, addiction, loss, or long-term disconnection often need longer more intense sessions. Together, Crystal and Lindsey provide two day intensive sessions where they will provide two-on-two care devoted to breaking down the underlying issues at the heart of the crisis.
Relationships are hard and when your relationship is in distress, suddenly everything else in life is more difficult. At Solid Foundation Couple and Family Therapy we are trained to explore the underlying issues at the heart of relationship conflict. Crystal and Lindsey are trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), a research based method rooted in attachment theory.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), a research based method rooted in attachment theory. Using EFT we can help you understand what gets in the way of healthy, positive communication and loving connection. We can help you make sense of your biggest fears and longings: Are you there for me? Do I matter to you? Can I let you see my longing for you? These questions are often at the heart of arguments, unfortunately, they are often hidden underneath anger or tears.
For more information about EFT please watch this video of Sue Johnson, creator of EFT.
Emotionally Focused Therapy can help with issues such as:
We work with adolescents (ages 15 and up) individually and with their caregivers to provide compassionate, non-judgmental, culturally competent counseling and to help adolecents and caregivers navigate the unique struggles faced during this time. Adolescent family therapy can be effective in reducing parent-child conflict, working through growing pains associated with divorce/remarriage/step families, and increasing family connection.