Thornton, MBA, LMFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT).
work with client strengths to improve organizational, interpersonal
and intrapersonal well-being.
treat the client's relationships within their life systems (e.g.
families, couples, schools, work and cultures) as a way of helping
the client understand the development and speed the removal of dysfunctional patterns.
Marriage and family therapists (MFTs) are
members of one of the six licensed psychotherapy professions in the state of Connecticut.
are educated in accredited institutes' Master's and Doctoral
programs to provide mental health services to individuals, couples,
families and other 'systems' of human relationships.
MFTs in Connecticut became licensed in 1995.
MFTs in Connecticut are assured confidentiality of clinical records
as a result of the 1992 Privileged Communication Bill.
For more details about how to work with an MFT,
there's a lot going on beneath the surface.
Psychotherapy can help
uncover the origins of your issues---whatever is keeping you
from attaining your goals.
Then your therapist can help you
understand them and resolve them and guide you to make the
life changes you've