Human contact and interaction are both a natural and necessary part of life. Every day we find ourselves face to face with other individuals. Because each individual is a unique product of personal history and experiences, it is natural for conflict to occur between two people. Views may conflict, personalities may clash, and disagreements may occur. Sometimes we adjust and these conflicts are quickly resolved; other times they may leave deep wounds of bitterness and resentment.
Conflict management can be helpful with disputes involving:
- Co-workers or business partners
- Close friends
- Church family
We at The Antioch Group know that there are many factors that can add to the formation of conflict, which may occur in any significant relationship in an individual’s life. Our experienced therapists work with our clients to manage conflict and achieve reconciliation and healthy adjustment in any significant relationship.
Counselors at The Antioch Group who do conflict management include:
- Timothy Chu, LCSW
- Patricia J. Edwards, LCSW, ACSW
- Marty Hanson, LCPC
- Steven A. Hamon, Ph.D.
- Suzanne Jost, LCSW
- Ellen Kiesewetter, LCPC
- Howard Love, LCPC, CSAT, CMAT
- Tiffany J. Mack, NCC, LCPC
- Patricia Poertner, LCPC, BCC
- Jo Sack, LCPC
- Kevin Siscoe, D.Min., LCPC, CSAT, CMAT
- Barbara Toohill, Psy.D.
See our Find a Therapist page for a complete list of specialties.