Family Therapy Programs

Alaska Behavioral Health offers multiple family therapy options to meet your family’s needs. Family therapy can be delivered in-person or via secure tele-health. Many of our programs are brief services and we see families with kids of all ages. For questions or to schedule with the family therapy programs team please call 907-561-0954.

Parent Management Training / Family Therapy – caregivers and youth of all ages

Parent management training has been shown to help caregivers manage difficult childhood behaviors. Our family therapy programs tailor and incorporate parent management training techniques, psycho-education, family therapy, and skill development to reduce family stress.

Parenting with Love and Limits – caregivers and youth 10+

Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) is an evidenced-based family education, skill building, and therapeutic intervention for families of  adolescents aged 10-18. Most families see a significant reduction in family stress and improvement in behavior in as little as 6-weeks. It is traditionally offered in a group model with 4-6 families enrolled and participating together.

Individual Family Model Parenting with Love and Limits is a 12-week modification to the evidence-based group model PLL. It includes all of the same components of PLL such as skill building and family therapy for families and adolescents aged 10-18. Most families see a significant reduction in family stress before program graduation.

What is learned through participation in Family Therapy Programs?

Family Conflict Resolution
Structure and Accountability for the Entire Family
Increases in Healthy Communication
Restoration of Nurturance and Closeness
Psycho-education in Childhood Development
And so much more!

Who will benefit from the family therapy programs?

Family Therapy Programs are for families who struggle with family relationships and effectively managing difficult child behaviors.

What are some commonly addressed behaviors in Family Therapy Programs?

Property Destruction
Frequent Arguing
School and Homework Concerns
Substance Use
Involvement with Department of Juvenile Justice
Admissions to Northstar or other Residential Treatment
Returning Home from Out of Home Placements
…and so much more

Which family members should participate?

It depends on the family. During your first meeting with your provider, you will work together to determine who should be involved and at what frequency. In general, the more family members involved, the quicker the positive change. But we also recognize all family needs are different.

Interested in Family Therapy Programs?

For more information, questions or scheduling, call 907-561-0954.

We look forward to serving you and your family!