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Family Conflict Therapists in Alaska (AK)

Kevan Walker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fairbanks
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC
“We live the stories we've had told about us, connected in a web of relationships with both people & ideas. Some of these narratives add to our agency, our freedom of choice, while others pigeonhole us into categories that make it difficult to pursue our preferences. In times of need people turn to those who can best support & advocate for our preferances, over & against overwhelming problems. Most of the time these supports are part of our natural circles: family, friends, a church leader, the lady at the grocery checkout. Sometimes others are drawn in to our Team of Life.
Family Conflict
(907) 341-4493
Fairbanks, Alaska 99709
Ashley Jo Winslow, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFT-A
“Sometimes relationships can be hard. If you are struggling to find peace in your personal relationships you may want to consider counseling from a trained specialist who can help you enrich those important relationships in your life. This could be with your parents, your spouse, your employer, extended family, or your children. You don't have to tolerate unhealthy relationships and you can make steps to improve your life for the benefit of yourself and those around you. I provide marital, couple, family, and individual counseling so contact me to make the first step in having a brighter future.
Family Conflict
(907) 312-1453
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Shawnmarie Carpenter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MEd, MS
“Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) creates improvements in 90% of couples coming in for therapy. As an EFT provider I am passionate about helping marriages and families. I believe that when a relationship feels stronger and safer, one gains confidence in all areas of life. I use a combination of empathy, patience and a deep focus on attachment to collaboratively reconnect you into positive relationships. Learning to speak the Language of the Heart you will absolutely see a life changing and rebalancing to your world.
Family Conflict
(907) 331-6726
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Daniel Francom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Palmer
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Raising teenagers can be a frustrating and overwhelming time for parents. If you feel frustrated and even hopeless about your teenager then you are not alone. If your teen is aggressive, disrespectful, threatening suicide, running away, skipping school, or using drugs or alcohol, then I may be able to help you. I specialize in helping parents regain control over their own home with tools to stop these and other problems.
Family Conflict
(435) 565-4456
Palmer, Alaska 99645
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, MSW, LCSW
“In my psychotherapy practice with adolescents, men, women and families the focus is typically on issues such as behavioral concerns, depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, ADHD and anger. I believe that everyone is entitled to be treated with respect and honesty and that therapy should start where the client is at. Additionally, each client has their own ways of gaining insight and implementing new patterns into their lives and will have their own pace at which they discover the strengths within themselves. I like to work with the client to discover what is most effective for them and go from there.
Family Conflict
(907) 331-6775
Fairbanks, Alaska 99708
Sheila Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fairbanks
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Being a therapist has taught me that those who seek treatment are "stuck" in patterns of thinking, feeling and reacting that have not worked for them. Most know what the problem is, but not how to fix it. Would anyone take their car to someone who didn't understand automobiles, know all the mechanical strengths and weaknesses of a car? A good therapist is first and foremost a good detective, looking for clues that are not always apparent. Additionally, a quality therapist has an innate sense of what must change to eliminate the problem and a plan that will work for that client.
Family Conflict
(907) 312-5130
Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
Karen M Cunningham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT-A
“I focus on the strengths inherent in each individual, couple, and family. My fundamental belief is that people are innately good and that psychological problems often stem from a rigid or outdated coping system. I stress each individual's growth and the importance of self-actualization. In couples' therapy, there is an emphasis on learning to listen to the emotional truth of the other, while gaining greater authenticity in expressing one's own truth. Through genuine appreciation of one another, couples can learn to re-create, or perhaps experience for the very first time, true understanding, connection, joy and love.
Family Conflict
(907) 341-4062
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
“Alaska Counseling Excellence, Inc. believes there are times in a person's life when they need a trusted and confidential partner. A partner who can help a person explore the causes of his/her thoughts, feelings, or behaviors and develop new ways of thinking, acting and feeling. A partner who can assist a person in discovering peace and contentment throughout life's journey. At Alaska Counseling Excellence, Inc. counselors are trained to assist a person in their life journey. Alaska Counseling Excellence, Inc. is committed to helping individuals, couples and families achieve these goals in an environment that emphasizes confidentiality, respect, trust and compassion.
Family Conflict
(907) 331-6772
Wasilla, Alaska 99654
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 30 years of experience in providing mental health services and experienced in treating issues related to: Individual & Family Therapy, Child, Teen & Adult and Marital Therapy. My practice can bill most insurance plans with the exception of Medicaid and Denali Kid Care.
Family Conflict
(907) 331-6790
Palmer, Alaska 99645
D. B. Palmer, Counselor  in Valdez
“We live in a contradictory world, and are often at odds with either our goals or society. We are increasingly busy and less connected to family and other personal networks. Our world gives limited room for true self-discovery and devalues personal responsibility and challenge. In my practice, you are free to look at where you came from, where you are now, and where you want to go. I am not as concerned with diagnosis or problems as I am concerned about who you are and what you want to do in life. Life is worth living to the fullest!
Family Conflict
(907) 331-6753
Valdez, Alaska 99686
L A Kelsey, Counselor  in Anchorage
“Respectful, supportive positive counseling and symptom management (CBT) techniques so you can see improvement quickly, feel in control, improvement/ manage your outcomes in relationships, work/career or performance (sports). Brief intensive therapy interventions that give you tools for success and that takes practice. Clients who do well want to be independent, yet are patient with themselves, journal and do homework" after and in between sessions and realize sometimes therapy is a marathon and not a sprint. I value your intuition and inner guidance system and help you fine tune those so hey are working well for you and your relationships.
Family Conflict
F Mark Smedley, Psychologist  in Anchorage
“Providing comprehensive assessment services and short-term counseling for children, adolescents, and young adults. Working with clients with neurodevelopmental disorders (ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Impairments, TBI, Learning Disorders) and/or behavioral health issues (anxiety, depression, transition issues).
Family Conflict
(907) 312-5619
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Deborah A Gideon, Psychologist  in Anchorage
“With a person-centered holistic approach, I address the cognitive, emotional and behavioral challenges of individuals and their loved ones who have been affected by brain disorders. In addition to having excellent training and extensive experience in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, I specialize in the role of brain function in emotions and social behavior. I provide Neuropsychological Evaluations of thinking, emotions and behavior, always followed with guidance and psychotherapy as needed to address the person's challenges. For medical and mental health providers, I offer consultation to assist with diagnoses and treatment of individuals with known or suspected brain disorders
Family Conflict
(907) 891-8093
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Ron Latsha, Counselor  in Anchorage
“When we experience traumatic, intense or habitual stressors, we tend to wear down over time. Realizing something needs to change, we reach out for help. It has become my life's passion to provide help and relief in the lives of those individuals ready for change. I collaborate with my client to find his or her own answers. I believe, that we already know what the answers are to our unique challenges. Sometimes we simply need someone to help guide us through the process of discovering those answers.
Family Conflict
(907) 312-5227
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Julie Perez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Anchorage
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to therapy comes from the belief that within each of us is an inner wisdom, that when accessed will guide us to new insights, answers, relief and even healing from our burdens and struggles. I believe each of us was designed to find healing, when we do our own, honest "soul searching" or inner exploration. Richard Schwartz, developer of the Internal Family Systems model, stumbled upon an approach to navigating our internal systems through work with his clients. He discovered that we all possess qualities positive when connected to this source of inner wisdom.
Family Conflict
(907) 227-5631
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Sarah H Leavitt, LPC, LLC, Counselor  in Anchorage
“As a counselor, I strive to create a non-judgmental, supportive, and respectful therapeutic relationship with each of my clients. I believe that it is crucial to be genuine and honest in therapy while providing a safe environment to process, understand and move through current issues to attain personal progress. Through our collaborative efforts, I hope that my clients will feel a renewed sense of direction, passion, and understanding as they move towards the future.
Family Conflict
(907) 227-8001
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Sirpa T Gorman, Counselor  in Eagle River
“I provide individual, family and couples counseling for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. First session you and I will identify issues that you would like to work on and we will come up with a plan of action on how to implement your goals. I work with you throughout our sessions to come up with an optimal outcome for your life situation. Visit me also at www.alaskatherapy.com for more information.
Family Conflict
(907) 720-1878
Eagle River, Alaska 99577
Katie Kowalchuk, Counselor  in Juneau
“I recently came across the term graceful grit and noticed it resonated with me and my concept of the therapeutic process. I think there can be a misperception that therapy is "touchy-feely, soft, and cuddly." For me, this notion speaks to the graceful part of counseling which I believe is essential to growth. One must feel safe, respected, validated, and supported in order to achieve maximum wellness. However, change is hard and not for the faint of heart. Enter grit. Bearing one's soul, exposing vulnerabilities, and acknowledging the hard stuff in life requires courage, resilience, and strength.
Family Conflict
(907) 312-2154
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Kelvin J Pace, Counselor  in Anchorage
“As a therapist, I believe that lasting change comes from the inside. I view therapy as a guide post to help individuals, couples, and families navigate difficult situations and to discover their inner strength and potential. I believe in providing a safe, nonjudgmental, and relaxed atmosphere to create a therapeutic alliance to help you attain your goals. For the past 5 years I have worked with children, families, and young adults from various backgrounds and life situations dealing with a wide range of complex issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, and developing healthy relationships.
Family Conflict
(907) 279-9278
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Teri Davis, Counselor  in Bethel
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional with years of experience working in rural areas in Alaska. I work with both children and adults and provide individual, group, family and couples counseling. I am experienced in treating depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, substance use and other mental health concerns.
Family Conflict
(907) 268-4343
Bethel, Alaska 99559

Family Conflict Therapists
How to resolve conflict in Alaska (AK).

Try these Therapists to find help with conflict in Alaska (AK). Family conflict or conflict in the family in Alaska (AK) can be the cause of stress and unhappiness sometimes leading to family break-ups or separation. Working to resolve conflicts or conflicts in the family can be helped by a family Therapist experienced in conflict counseling. Therapists are highly skilled at handling conflict with children, conflict between parents and children, or parent child conflicts. Conflict in marriage or marital conflict is also a reason for seeking help in Alaska (AK). As are work family conflicts or family business conflict. The cause of family conflicts varies but can become apparent through reflection on family dynamics and help from professional conflict therapy in Alaska (AK). Dealing with unresolved conflict requires resilience, first to acknowledge its existence and then to build trust between the family members affected in pursuit of conflict resolution.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Alaska (AK) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Alaska (AK) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Alaska (AK) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Alaska (AK) or family therapy in Alaska (AK).