In-Home Family Therapy

Overview

Our In-Home Family Therapy Program uses a strength-based approach which provides the foundation for all interventions utilized by our clinicians. We work collaboratively with families to explore their culture, beliefs, and values and look together to identify strengths, as well as family needs. Through that process, goals for treatment are developed and can be adjusted as needed. Our clinicians consider it a privilege to join families wherever they are in their journey and work to honor family resiliency and autonomy. 

While working with a family, a range of treatment approaches may be used to reach identified goals including individual therapy, couples therapy, play therapy, and family therapy.

Who Might Seek Out In-Home Family Therapy? 

The Orion In-Home Family Therapy Program is designed for children and/or adolescents and their families who would benefit from support within their home, school, or community. In-home therapy provides a more natural environment for skill development, strengthening relationships, and reaching goals.

Services can be provided short or long-term and vary based upon the identified goals of the family. 

What Can In-Home Family Therapy Help With?

Sibling Relationships

Effective Communication

Parent-Child Relationships

Blended Families

Effective Parenting Approaches

Court/County Involvement

Consistency/Routine

Conflict Resolution

Divorce/Separation

School-Related Concerns

Marital/Couple Relationships

Behavioral Concerns

Family Strength and Cohesion

Positive Behavioral Responses

Supportive Family Environment

Individual and Family Functioning

More Information

  • Funding sources for our services include:
  • Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) 
  • County Contracts 
  • Commercial insurance 
  • Medicaid/Badger Care 
  • Client Self-Pay 

If interested in more information or to make a referral, please contact our Intake Specialist for In-Home Therapy:

Phone: (608) 270-2511 ext. 13 or (608) 778 7044
Email: intake@orionfamilyservices.org