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Covid-19 Updates: As the state moves into Safer At Home, Louisville Family Center continues to remain open for new clients, offering both teletherapy and outdoor options for children, adolescents, individuals, parents and families. We also continue to have sliding scale rates for those in need.
The Louisville Family Center offers a variety of therapy options to meet different individual and family needs. We believe that every person is moving towards health the best way they know how, and that we can all benefit from support. Through the therapy process we will help awaken your inner wisdom, creating opportunities for deeper relationships with yourself and those around you.
We utilize methodologies from various philosophies to create a therapeutic session and relationship that is unique to each individual client or family. Some of the approaches we draw from include Gestalt, Attachment-Based Play Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Relational Family Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling, and more.
To foster an equitable community, we invite all people to participate in the services and events offered at The Louisville Family Center, and do not discriminate on any basis (cultural background, ethnicity, race, color, age, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, spirituality or otherwise).
Black Lives Matter
We here at the Louisville Family Center want to acknowledge the sadness and anger that we and millions of others are feeling right now at the continued murders of black people, such as George Floyd. We would like to redouble our commitment to social justice and want to affirm that we stand with the Black community. We intend to take clear and direct action against racism, rather than idly watching as systemic oppression continues to tear families and communities apart. Here are some of the steps we have been taking:
- We are including anti-racist training and regular anti-racist discussions for all therapists.
- We have been and are continuing to select books and materials for our office that represent BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color), not just in their suffering, but also in celebration and in everyday situations.
- We are committed to having open and honest conversations about race with children, parents, and all clients, in a developmentally and situationally appropriate manner.
Call or email us to schedule a free 15 minute consultation to see if we are a good fit!
303-604-6373 • email@example.com
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