Welcome to Cornerstone Family Therapy, LLC, conveniently located between the South Bend/Mishawaka areas and Elkhart in Michiana. Here at Cornerstone Family Therapy, we take pride in helping clients explore ways to make changes in their lives that will give them strength for the moment and allow them to look forward to the future with hope. We are committed to working closely with those we serve, together we can lay the cornerstone for healthier and happier lives.

 
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Betty Guzman, MA, LMHC.

I received my Master Degree as a Clinical Mental Health Therapist from Grace College. I have extensive experience as well as training working with children and adolescents for the past 13 years. I have offered a variety of services to meet the unique needs of each family or individual placed in my care. I also have experience providing additional support for families with greater therapeutic needs such as anger management, coping skills, connecting with mental health resources, providing trauma-informed care and understanding family dynamics. I relish the opportunity of working with others as a team working towards a common goal and working with these individuals from all walks of like. Throughout my life, my work and education have been primarily based on the core principle of gaining skills to help others in need. I am by nature compassionate as well as deeply aware of the support individuals may need by outside agencies for a variety of reasons – traumatic experiences, childhood trauma, adolescent behavior issues, struggles in parenting, marriage counseling, co-parenting, anxiety and depression, or even extreme poverty – and to be able to offer this support to those who struggle daily seems to me to embrace the prospect of professional as well as personal satisfaction. My greatest reward as a therapist is helping my clients explore ways to make the changes in their lives that will give them strength for the moment and allow them to look forward to the future with hope.

Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow; it empties today of its strength.
— Corrie Ten Boom