Couples Counseling Center, Amherst, NY
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Family Therapy

Parenting is a challenging and important job. Yet few ever receive training for it. Family therapy assists parents in coping with the challenges of raising children. One of the most important things parents can do for their children is work as a team.

This can be difficult when parents have different views on how to raise and discipline their children. Children are smart and they can sense when parents are not cohesive. They may start to manipulate one or both of the parents, causing tension within the whole family.

The good news is that parents can take control and provide the necessary structure so the family can grow and flourish. Family therapy assists parents in working together rather then alone. The therapist works with the entire family, although she may occasionally see members individually. The family and therapist construct realistic goals and acknowledge each person’s responsibility in the current challenge. The therapist focuses on what the parents and family are doing correctly and helps them apply these skills in areas where they need assistance.

Some of the most common reasons families decide to come to therapy are:

  • Disciplining
  • Merging of Families
  • Divorce
  • Acting Out

Couples Counseling Center, Buffalo, NY

Types of Therapy

Individual Therapy

Couples Therapy

Marriage Therapy

Family Therapy

Child & Adolescent-Teen Therapy

Drug & Alcohol Therapy

Transgender Therapy

Sex Therapy

DWI Clinical Screening and Assessment


For an Appointment:

Simply send us an email at or call us at 716-912-6339.

Click here for directions to one of our three locations.


Payment Options:

We accept payment in the form of cash or check at the time of your appointment, or credit card via PayPal 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment.

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