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Is your family struggling...

Is it hard to see each other?

Is it hard to hear each other?

Did you know that only 2% of the stories we tell ourselves is true?

 

Family dynamics before someone is sick are by nature complicated, touchy and conflicts have the ability to last lifetimes.  When someone in the family becomes sick and our families have to come together, it can be difficult to navigate everyones vision of how things will or should go, and even harder when people feel they are not being heard, or don't have input.  The stories we tell ourselves about each other are generally rooted in history, fear and grief and are created out of emotion and not logic.

 

I can help our family find common ground and get a plan moving forward that comes from understanding, grace and compassion.

  • Individual Family Member Sessions to sort each persons story and expectations.

  • Create designed alliances that help to build better working relationships amongst family members.

  • Family Session that will help bring everything and everyone together.

This is not about "fixing" your family, it is about helping everyone be heard, find their place within the situation and move forward with a
united understanding and plan. 

Family Conflict Package  $650

Individual Sessions

Design Family Alliance

Full Family Session and Education

Family Follow Up

Krisie Barron LSW
Caregiver/Human Specialist

Krisie Barron is a Caregiver Specialist, with over twenty five years of experience helping individuals and families walk their aging journey.  As a Licensed Social Worker and Family Caregiver, she brings an extensive background of knowledge and experience in Nursing Home Care, Home and Community Based Services, Homecare and Hospice.  

 

Krisie embodies the background and insight necessary to bridge the gap between Professional and Family Caregivers.   By understanding each other as humans and being conscious of the journey each of us travels, we can start with peace, curiosity and grace instead of judgment, punishment and a sense of war in our hearts. 

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