<h1 class=”uppercase”><span style=”font-size: 120%;”>constructive <span style=”color: #800080;”>support</span> and <span style=”color: #800080;”>guidance</span></span></h1>
<p>Even if your family finds itself in crisis, we can offer constructive support and guidance. By facilitating greater, more open communication and helping you develop healthier, more successful ways to address problems, our Family Dispute Resolution process changes the footing on which your family operates to one that is truly better for all.</p>

<p style=”text-align: left;”><span style=”font-size: 125%;”>The process of resolving a dispute can be intense and, at times, one or more family members may not wish to attend. The process can, however, begin with any combination of family members and our team will always work towards ensuring that every voice is heard.</span></p>

<p style=”text-align: left;”><span style=”font-size: 125%;”>Our Family Dispute Resolution process has been specifically designed to help repair and improve relationships where both internal and external stressing factors have led to fractures, conflict, or distress.</span></p>

<h1><span style=”font-size: 120%;”>HOW CAN WE <span style=”color: #800080;”>HELP?</span></span></h1>
<p>Our counsellors can walk with you through a variety of relationship challenges. We provide a safe place for processing topics that families encounter, including the following:</p>

<ul class=”two-column”>
<li>Parenting</li>
<li>Adolescent issues</li>
<li>Blended families</li>
<li>Early childhood mental health</li>
<li>Anxiety</li>
<li>Childhood developmental delays</li>
<li>Depression</li>
<li>Separation and divorce</li>
<li>Emotional intimacy</li>
</ul>

<ul class=”two-column”>
<li>Bullying</li>
<li>Boundaries</li>
<li>Problems in school</li>
<li>Discipline</li>
<li>Learning disabilities</li>
<li>Grief and loss</li>
<li>Social skills development</li>
<li>School behavior</li>
<li>School consultations</li>
</ul>

<ul class=”two-column”>
<li>Trauma</li>
<li>Abuse</li>
<li>Motivational issues</li>
<li>Sexual identity</li>
<li>Communication</li>
<li>Special education</li>
<li>ADHD in children and adult relationships</li>
<li>Afffect of mental illness of parent to child</li>
</ul>