Eastside Family Renewal Service

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Renew

Families and individuals shouldn’t feel afraid to seek out treatment for problems that come up.

But they do.

When families and individuals go to meet with mental health professionals they so often at some point feel judged, misunderstood, or patronized. Weeks or months may pass without improvement.  They leave therapy frustrated and having not benefited from the many treatment protocols available that really work!

Practitioners here approach difficulties that families and individuals experience using Evidence-Based Behavioral Practices (EBBP). The outcomes provide a renewal for families and individuals. A renewal of parent energy and respectful parent-child interaction. A renewal of romantic partner love and commitment. A renewal of sibling affection and support. A renewal of love of self and others. A renewal of an inherent love of learning.

A renewal of hope. 

 

renew verb 1 resume or re-establish after an interruption. 2 give fresh life or strength to. 3 extend the period of validity of (a license, subscription, or contract). 4 replace or restore (something broken or worn out).  — derivatives renewal noun renewer noun.  - origin ‘new’ Old English.

family noun (pl. families) 1 a group consisting of two parents and their children living together as a unit. 2 a group of people related by blood or marriage. 3 the children of a person or couple. 4 all the descendants of a common ancestor. 5 all the languages derived from a particular early language. 6 a group united by a significant shared characteristic. 7 biology a principle taxonomic category ranking above genus and below order. — origin Latin familia ‘household servants, family’, from famulus ‘servant’.

hope noun 1 a feeling of expectation and desire for something to happen. 2 a person or thing that gives cause for hope. • verb 1 expect and want something to happen. 2 intend if possible to do something.— origin Old English.

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