Family Therapy

Family therapy involves collaborative sessions with two or more family members to reshape unhealthy communication and interaction patterns. Frequently, the catalyst for seeking family therapy stems from issues concerning a child or teenager within the family, often pinpointed as the perceived main problem. However, the roles assumed by each family member and their communication dynamics play a more pivotal role in the manifestation of symptoms in the identified individual.
Family therapy proves effective in addressing specific family events such as divorce, the birth of a new family member, remarriage, and dealing with challenges like addiction, childhood, and adolescent incompatibilities. Additionally, when individual treatment is either risky or impractical, family therapy frequently emerges as a suitable and beneficial approach.