Family Therapy and Mediation for Family Estrangement

Family breakups are hard. Young teens may decide they do not want to meet one of their parents, perhaps through loyalty to the other parent. After many years of being estranged it can be extremely difficult to meet up. That is where Mediation and Family Therapy can help. With an impartial and neutral mediator the family members are able to focus on the future they would like to create. I am working in this area for a long time and from my experience, families need only one or two sessions to resolve the issues.

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