The Olive Branch Family Therapy clinicians each hold a Master’s degree
in Marriage and Family Therapy and are professionally trained in a “systemic”
approach. Systemic family therapists observe problems within the context
of the larger scope of the family. In operating through this approach,
the Olive Branch therapists believe the source of the problem lies within
the family unit as a whole, not merely the individual. Therapists using
this approach are able to help families and individuals obtain long-lasting
change through uncovering and altering patterns that cause distress to
the family unit.
Within our practice we offer therapy to individuals, marriages/couples, and families. We specialize in issues including, but not limited to:
Managing symptoms without medication, or in addition to medication therapy (prescribed by the client’s psychiatrist or other medical professional)
Recovery for families and addicts. Alcohol, drugs, overeating, gaming, shopping, exercising, sex, etc.
Helping couples and individuals through the journey of hurt, anger, grieving, fear, healing, forgiveness, and moving forward.
Finding a productive and beneficial means of expressing emotion
Reducing anxiety through talk-therapy, coping skills, and changing patterns of behavior. Managing symptoms without medication, or in addition to medication therapy (prescribed by the client’s psychiatrist or other medical professional)
Managing symptoms without medication, and also in addition to medication therapy (prescribed by the client’s psychiatrist or other medical professional)
Obsession with weight, feelings of hopelessness about self-worth as dictated by perceived body image, compulsive dieting, binging, purging, over- exercising.
Developing assertiveness and confidence to set boundaries within relationships of all types.
Our therapists offer Christian counseling. Please ask for details.
Finding resolution; feeling listened-to and respected; preventing argument escalation.
Helping divorced parents obtain healthy communication that serves in the best interest of their children. Helping married couples parent as a team and as a united front.
Finding hope and relief. Managing symptoms without medication, or in addition to medication therapy (prescribed by the client’s psychiatrist or other medical professional)
Helping couples that feel hopeless about their marriages to find hope, reconciliation, and healing.
Helping couples as they grieve the ending of a marriage, and find renewed hope.
Finding healing and hope after loss.
Rediscovering and embracing one’s true self as often gets lost through life circumstances and relationships.
Dealing with difficulties for both parents and adult children
Coping with fears, sadness, delays, premature or skipped transitions, etc.
Boundary-setting, discipline, healing wounded relationships, communication.
Use of the PREPARE assessment and curriculum, Member of Twogether in Texas, Offering preparation for healthy marriages, and intervention for relationships seeking resolution before the wedding date.
Obtaining confidence and security within ones self.
Addressing an array of issues such as pain, differing expectations, dissatisfaction, and frustration, as well as healing from past sexual relationships.