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Family Therapy

Westside Behavioral Care / Family Therapy

For abuse survivors, seeking therapy can often be a difficult decision, and may not be a conscious, chosen path to coping until years afterward. Throughout a person’s life, abuse can come in many forms—including physical, sexual, emotional, verbal, psychological and financial mistreatment—and unfortunately, the list...

Postpartum depression (also known as postnatal depression or PPD) is a mood disorder that arises after childbirth. While postpartum depression can occur at any time within the first year, symptoms typically appear between two weeks to a month after delivery. Symptoms can include anxiety, lack...

The choice to seek individual therapy is a significant moment in a person’s life. When someone decides to see a therapist, it is often a reaction to troubling thoughts and behaviors (such as anxiety/depression), a recent trauma/life event or other ongoing issues that make it...

Conduct Disorder  Conduct disorder is a term used to describe various emotional and behavioral problems that are commonly observed in a certain subset of (typically male) adolescents. Teens suffering from conduct disorder are generally anti-social and have a tough time adhering to proper social conduct, rules,...

Family Therapy – Reconciling Problems at Home Every family has its own issues. There is no family that does not have its fair share of quarrels, rivalries, squabbles and so on. However, sometimes things can get out of hand – but the members of the family...