For families, stress is often greatest at key transition points.
Sometimes these transitions are anticipated, as when couples become parents, children move away from home, or a family relocates. But sometimes, changes are unexpected, or have unforeseen consequences. A parental separation or divorce, the birth of a child, a serious illness, or other major transitions affect different family members in different ways. Issues not resolved at these key transition points can become larger problems over time, posing challenges for parents and children alike.
If you or your child are having difficulty adjusting after a major life transition, it may be time to seek outside help. Call today to schedule your initial consultation.