Psychological Service

The 21st Century has brought about fundamental changes in how “family” is defined. Definitions of a family are now richer and more expansive and include: single parents, inter-racial families, first and second families, deeply intimate and equal partnering among married heterosexual couples, same-sex unions and marriages, and unrelated individuals with or without children sharing their lives together.

Although conflicts are a normal part of family life, excessive conflict can erode a family’s ability to support, encourage, and fully enjoy each other. Dr. Rogers works with the parent(s) and children together or individually to address issues that often disrupt the family.

He specializes in helping struggling 21st Century families regain an enjoyment of family life, and has worked extensively with families coping with issues related to: Sexuality, Addiction, Chronic Illness, ADHD and other learning issues, and Marital Conflict/Separation/Divorce.

Although conflicts are a normal part of family life, excessive conflict can erode a family’s ability to support, encourage, and fully enjoy each other.