Marital & Conjoint Therapy

Marital & Conjoint Therapy

RCBM offers marital and conjoint therapy sessions. Professionals at RCBM first carefully evaluate each member of the couple to ensure that no other condition is interfering with the marital or familial relationship. From there, individuals are brought together to begin conjoint therapy. Important steps in therapy include: reducing blaming and negativity within the couple or family; creating common goals toward which individuals can work (both and independently and together); and developing and implementing plans in order to accomplish these goals.

The therapist may help the couple or family with: communication skills; coping techniques; patterns of interaction; and any other important areas of stress. Further, therapists will help the individuals to generalize the skills they have learned in therapy so they are able to apply these techniques to any future difficulties that may arise. RCBM therapists are highly flexible and willing to adjust the process of therapy in order to best meet the needs of each couple and family. Confidentiality is priority at RCBM, and the therapists work hard to ensure the privacy of everyone involved. If you are interested in becoming involved in marital or family therapy, please contact us at (248) 608-8800 to set up an appointment.



Clinicians

Amanda Moar Kerbawy, PhD, LLP
Ashley Ceresnie, PhD, LLP
C. Lynn Florek, MA, LLP, LPC MA, LLP, LPC
Courtney Elson, PsyD PsyD
Erika Samulak, MA, LLPC MA, LLPC, Research Team Lead
Helene Kroll, LMSW, CAADC
Jaime Saal, MA, LPC, NCC MA, LPC, NCC
Jillian Fortain, PhD, LLP
Judith C. Redmond, MA, LPC, LLP MA, LPC, LLP
Kaca Popovic, MA, LPC MA, LLPC
Kathy Egan, LMSW LMSW
Katy L. Mason, LMSW LMSW
Marie McMahon, LMSW, ACG LMSW, ACG
Melissa Oleshansky, PhD, LP, RYT PhD, LP, RYT
Mindy Layne Young, MSW, CSW, JD MSW, CSW, JD
Nancy Tedder, MA, LLPC MA, LLPC