Ten Reasons To Attend Family Counseling
I must admit that it was a story that I wrote about Victoria Pendragon which motivated me to initiate family counseling one last time. She and her siblings attended a weekend retreat with a psychotherapist and it became the experience that would shift her and her siblings’ hearts and minds toward one another.
You will have to grab a copy of my book here and/or check out my story here to learn a little more about why my family may need counseling. What I have learned through this process and while helping others is that all families could use a little lens cleaning.
So here are my ten reasons that you may want to initiate and/or attend family counseling:
- To forgive yourself
- To forgive others
- To learn the heart of your siblings
- To get questions answered
- To become comfortable sharing who you really are
- To create a family vision
- To break generational curses
- To change roles
- To win souls
- To re-engage in family traditions
Each numbered reason above represent why you should or would consider family counseling, even if you feel that your family is functional and intact. There is a tremendous amount of healing and liberty that happen when you choose to have a courageous conversation with family.
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