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Family plays an important role in our development since each individual in the family impacts and is impacted by the others. If your family is going through a tough time, whether it's from stress, anger, or grief, family therapy can make a difference. It can help couples, children, or members of an extended family learn to communicate better and work through conflicts.
All families go through difficult times, and working together on the farm can contribute to additional stress.
Click above to learn about the symptoms and signs of depression.
The licensed therapists at Wichita Family Counseling see clients for a range of needs, including depression and anxiety, marriage counseling, abuse, and emotional trauma.
Mental health is about emotional health, brain health, healthy children and families, and a healthy Kansas. Community Mental Health Centers can help.Contact your local Community Mental Health Center if you or someone you know needs help, counseling or other support services.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families is the state agency whose purpose is to protect children, promote healthy families and encourage personal responsibility.
Families Together provides support and information for families of children, from birth to age 26, with disabilities and/or special health care needs. Programs are offered at no cost to families, and are available in English and Spanish.
Family And Community Treatment (FACT), an intensive, home-based treatment service, works with the entire family of a youth experiencing a serious emotional disturbance and having difficulties in multiple areas of life. Services may include individual, group, family, couples and play therapy, parenting education and support, crisis intervention, advocacy and referrals to community supports.
Parents Anonymous is designed to be both a prevention and treatment program that strengthens families that are at risk of becoming (or already are) involved in the child welfare system, have behavioral health challenges, or face other family issues.