The most important and intimate network an individual can be a part of is that of a family. Being a part of a family can shape one’s life choices as well as the kind of person one becomes.
With such close proximity, it is natural for conflict to arise in any family. Sometimes the conflict seems to stem from a specific family member, whose behaviors may be causing excessive stress and anxiety to the other members. Other times conflict is caused by the blending of different personalities and temperaments. Whatever the cause of the conflict, unhealthy behavioral patterns will maintain and perpetuate the conflict.
Here at The Antioch Group our therapists provide family counseling, creating structure and identifying the unhealthy patterns and interactions that lead to conflict. We teach family members how to support one another while taking responsibility for their own actions, in order to nurture and promote an atmosphere of growth, openness, and intimacy.
- Michelle Baker, LCPC, CADC
- David B. Bucknam, MA, M.Div., LCPC
- Lori Bushell, LCPC, CSAT, CMAT
- Timothy Chu, LCSW
- Maggie Classen, LCSW
- Steven A. Hamon, Ph.D.
- Marty Hanson, LCPC
- Corey Hopson, LCPC
- Suzanne Jost, LCSW
- Ellen Kiesewetter, LCPC
- Howard Love, LCPC, CSAT, CMAT
- Tiffany J. Mack, LCPC
- Trinity Maston, LCPC
- Kevin Siscoe, D.Min., LCPC, CSAT, CMAT
- Jonna Tyler, LCPC
See our Find a Therapist page for a complete list of specialties.