Definition of family therapy
Family therapy is one of the forms of psychological treatment used by a professional therapist or counselor to solve a variety of family-related issues. A therapist will work closely with each person to improve the interaction between family members. Considering that all family members are tightly connected, a therapist will work with each person to find out how they influence each other and improve their behavioral patterns to make it work for everyone positively.
Whether you are a married couple or want to solve some issues with your children, parents, siblings, this will be a perfect solution that will change how you communicate, behave, and feel. Family therapy is needed when members feel resentful towards each other, are sad, disconnected, frustrated, angry, disappointed.
Professional qualified help is needed to prevent any potential emotional harm and trauma, address any misunderstanding and let each person move forward, knowing they will have all the support and understanding from their family. It can be effective if one family member has substance abuse issues or other mental issues like anxiety, depression, and grieving.
A therapist will use a variety of evidence-based techniques to offer the most effective treatment. The process might take from a few sessions to months of counseling, depending on the complexity of the issues. Contact our team to guide you through the therapy process and give you advice regarding our service.