Divorce can be a complicated and stressful event in anybody’s life. When we go through a divorce, the split is often for the best. However, when it comes to your family, it’s hard to find the balance between parting ways and tearing the family apart. Family counseling after divorce can help you salvage the bonds you share with your family and help your children understand this tricky transition.
Divorce can bring up complex and uncomfortable emotions, but family counseling is a viable option to help maintain your familial connections and remain in each other’s lives, even when things are complicated. At Philly Family Life Counseling LLC, Dr. Devers is an experienced family counselor who can help your family transition through divorce.
Benefits of Family Counseling After Divorce
The ways in which divorce can affect a family can’t always be predicted or simply explained, but some benefits of family counseling after divorce include:
- A neutral space to speak about complex feelings.
- A helpful and unbiased third party to offer advice and reflection on the situation.
- An experienced counselor can help children develop communication skills and listening habits that will allow them to maturely understand, process, and speak about their feelings with their family.
- A place to work through resentment, anger, and grief that might come with divorce.
- An opportunity to salvage relationships and familial bonds between parents and children. Splitting up doesn’t always mean families can’t coexist civilly.
Call Today to Start Family Counseling after Divorce
A divorce doesn’t have to mean the end of your family. Family counseling after divorce can help your family maintain the bonds you share. At Philly Family Life Counseling LLC, Dr. Devers will listen and give your family the tools necessary to support each other through this complicated transition. To learn more about family counseling or to set up an appointment, call us at 215-677-3810 or fill out our online form. If you’re not quite ready to make an appointment just yet, that’s okay. You can follow us on Facebook to keep up with news and updates.