• Dr. Willard Ashley, Sr.

Yes, Family Therapy is Right for You

Updated: May 12, 2020

If you've ever wondered if family therapy was a good option for your family, the answer is yes. Everyone can benefit from having an outside third party who listens without judgment, gives practical, useful advice, and cares. That is what your therapist does for you and your family. There are so many reasons to turn to these professionals. Even if everything seems to be going perfectly, it's good to have someone available to check-in with, who can help you keep it that way. Everyone in the family benefits from a therapist to help them and to listen to them.


Marriage Isn't Always Easy.

Marriage isn't always serene, and it’s not all sunshine, and romance like movies would have you believe. The husband will do things to annoy the wife, and she will do something to annoy him. Seemingly little things can suddenly blow up. Don't let them reach this point. Your therapist can teach you the skills needed for a happy, well-adjusted marriage.


  • Learn communication skills that work. Instead of talking at one another, learn to speak to one another.

  • Learn to listen. Most people are so busy thinking of what to say next that they fail to be attentive. Knowing that someone has heard you is a beautiful feeling.

  • Communicate in a way that doesn't leave the other person feeling attacked or belittled.

  • You'll also learn relationship exercises to do at home that help to bring you closer together.


Where is My Baby and Who Took His Place?

Family therapy is an excellent resource when it's the kids who are giving you a problem. Babies are so cute, and sweet, toddlers, and preschoolers are little bundles of love. But, children grow up, they expand their horizons, they have opinions, and they like to test authority. Learning the right way to communicate with your child can save you a lot of stress and tears. Your child also benefits from having someone to talk to who isn't as emotionally invested in his as you are.


A psychoanalyst or therapist can be the boost you need to get your relationship back on track. Your family is worth fighting for, taking the small step to make an appointment will have long-lasting benefits for you and those you love. Never give up until you've tried everything within your power to help yourself and your loved ones. You have absolutely nothing to lose but so much to gain.

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