Family Therapy

Family therapy involves treating the entire family unit at the same time. It can help the family resolve conflicts and improve interactions. Families are a system. If one person in the family changes, the entire family system changes. Our family affects who we are and who we become, for better and for worse.

After earning my graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, I was trained as a family therapist in Eco-systemic Structural Family Therapy (ESFT). I recently trained in another model that combines EMDR and family therapy, which includes trauma and attachment. The Integrative Attachment Trauma Protocol (IATP) was developed by The Attachment Trauma Center Institute (ATCI).

Why choose Family Therapy?

Common reasons for seeking family therapy include:

  • Divorce and separation
  • Parent-child conflict
  • Problems between siblings
  • Domestic violence
  • Unexpected or traumatic loss of a family member

Family therapy is necessary to address family issues and heal a family’s wounds. If any of the above scenarios resonates with your family, consider seeking family therapy. Family therapy can be beneficial on many different levels.

Some positive family therapy outcomes are:

  • Strategies to develop and maintain boundaries
  • Fostered sense of cohesion and communication among family members
  • Promotes problem solving through understanding of family patterns and dynamics
  • Builds empathy and understanding.
  • Reduces family conflict

Each member is better off when the whole family grows.

Contact me today to lean more if family therapy interests you.



42 Henley Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096

bbickel@bbcounseling.net
(484) 213-3616

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