Happy families.

Counseling families to understand each other.

Communicate well

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Save your family

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Worried your family has drifted apart?

Modern-day life and our expectations of what a family should be often clash. Family members spend less time together and are distracted when they are in the same room. A happy family is possible with the help of simple therapies and at-home activities to bring you all a little closer.

Helping families with…

BRING YOUR FAMILY TOGETHER WITH
COUNSELING

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Stop Fighting
Start Talking

Learn how to listen and respond in a positive way to improve your family’s communication.

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Enjoy time
together

Fun activities you can complete at home to try new ways of interacting.

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Create a Better Future Together

You and your family members can combine family and individual therapy to make an impact on your family life.

“There’s people out there that care, if you need someone to talk to you should give it a try, it really helps.”

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UNDERSTAND you

A confidential call to understand your situation

MATCH you

Choosing the right counselor and the right therapy

EMPOWER you

Overcome your obstacles to live a more joyful life

Therapeutic approaches tailored for the modern family.

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Family counseling in Stafford.

Modern-day families drift apart far too quickly, spending less and less quality time together. Bright Horizons Counseling in Stafford offers a combination of group, individual and at-home activities to give families a better future.

Questions?

Deciding which family members should participate in counseling together is critical to achieving a successful outcome. If you think your family would benefit from counseling, reach out to us and we’ll help you identify which options are most likely to be helpful.

Typically, children under 5 may be too young to fully participate in family counseling but there are many factors that determine whether someone is able to benefit from family counseling. Deciding which family members should participate in counseling together is critical to achieving a successful outcome. If you think your family would benefit from counseling, reach out to us and we’ll help you identify which options are most likely to be helpful.