Family Conflict Counseling in the Charlotte Area

Therapy Services Based in Matthews, North Carolina

Occasional family conflicts are a normal part of life—it is the nature of the conflict, as well as how individuals in a home respond to this conflict, that can escalate the situation into something more.

Circumstances such as divorce or a death in the family can bring about immense stress within a home, and chronically strained or challenged family relationships will take away from the ideal environment that allows a family to thrive.

Family conflict counseling can help benefit individuals, couples, spouses, and entire families. No matter where you are in life, our counselors at Charlotte Therapy Center believe better, healthier relationships and communication are possible with professional counseling services.

Based in Matthews, North Carolina, Charlotte Therapy Center invites you to get to know our local therapists. Contact a family counseling therapist in the Charlotte area today.

What Is Family Conflict?

Family conflict typically refers to troubled relationships between family members. There are a number of factors that can contribute to family conflict, including marital and financial issues, conflicting views on topics like religion or child-rearing, or the responsibilities and logistics for long-term specialized healthcare needs.

Family conflicts can occur between:

  • Husbands and Wives
  • Extended Family Members including Grandparents, Uncles, etc.
  • Parents and Children
  • Siblings
  • Step-relatives

What Are Some Examples of Family Conflicts?

Family conflicts can occur for a number of reasons. Some of the most common types of conflict occur when family members have problems communicating effectively. Conflicts also rise during extenuating or sensitive family circumstances such as severe illness, death, or behavioral issues that are adding stress and strain to the family dynamic. This type of therapy is also ideal in situations involving addiction, serious mental illness such as schizophrenia that will need long-term care, blended families, and more.

What Is a Conflict Resolution Counselor?

A conflict resolution counselor is someone who has specialized training and experience in techniques for family and group therapy sessions. Sessions are typically one hour long and may be conducted regularly over several months. Conflict resolution counselors work to analyze the family dynamics as a whole from a neutral perspective.

With a clear understanding of the family interaction and communication, a conflict resolution counselor can model new tactics and behaviors that the family can implement to achieve healthier relationships among family members. This can help to improve channels of communication and help to solve unresolved issues.

What Does Family Therapy Help With?

Family therapy is an excellent tool that can help family members improve communication and help to solve family issues. Family therapy specialists can help families better understand and deal with sensitive situations like physical or mental illness, death, and other issues that may be affecting the family.

Family therapy can help families with children and young adults who may be suffering from various forms of personality, mood, or anxiety disorders. For families that include members with serious illnesses, this type of therapy can help to provide education and help to resolve issues related to the stress of coping with long-term special care needs associated with the illness.

Schedule Family Therapy at Charlotte Therapy Center

You are not alone in navigating family conflict. Whether your family is dealing with mental or physical health issue, or other sensitive issues that are causing conflict within the family, Charlotte Therapy Center can help.

Together we can work to find new ways to communicate, cope, and create healthy, long-lasting relationships. Contact us today and discover your path to family conflict resolution.

For more information about family conflict counseling services in the Charlotte area, contact our therapy center today.