Family Counseling - Inspiring Hope Counseling
Chaute Thompson, Counselor, Fort Pierce, FL 34950, Focus: Strengthening the Family Unit- this is accomplished through each individual in the family being mentally healthy and learning to work together through any family and individual conflict. This includes childhood and adolescent difficult behaviors and concerns, divorce issues, personal stress, anxiety, depression, etc. It is my goal as your therapist to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. My therapeutic approach is centered on what matters most to you. I believe in improving quality of life by empowering you with tools necessary for optimum level of functioning.
Marriage counselor Individual therapy Family therapy Grief counseling Virtual counseling Online counseling Parenting support Parenting counseling Parenting programs Anger management
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Family Counseling


At Inspiring Hope Counseling, I also am proud to offer child and family counseling services. Whether your family needs assistance with conflict resolution or help cope with the loss of a loved one, I can help by offering parental counseling, grief counseling, and more. My ultimate goal is to equip you and your family to better tackle any issues in the future on your own, growing closer together in the process. If you’re interested in coming in for family therapy, contact me at Inspiring Hope Counseling today.
Issues I commonly work with include:

  • Conflict resolution
  • Coping with negatives in life
  • Life transitions
  • Premarital Counseling
  • Couples counseling
  • Parenting Support
Positive Parenting

Reunification Counseling

Reunification counseling helps parent and child(ren) re-establish communication and rebuild their relationship. This counseling is used when a parent has been separated from child(ren) or when the relationship is strained. This can occur due to parental alienation from divorce or separation, abuse, addiction, incarceration, or trust issues.

Co-Parenting Counseling

Providing children with the peace of their parents co-parenting effectively and amicably is in the best interest of our children. Scientifically it also aids in children growing up to have better opportunities to be emotionally healthy and build emotionally healthy relationships. In counseling we will address ways to parent your children in a supportive, healthy and functional manner.

Let me help you!