Family therapy can be helpful for most families, and is generally used to address problems within a
family dynamic or within a relationship.
Family Therapy is often shorter term than individual or couples
therapy. Following is a list of reasons families often take part in family therapy:
- Aging – the effects on family
- The effects of addiction on the family
- Anger management/Conflict resolution
- Blended and stepfamily challenges
- Care giving issues
- Co-parenting, single parenting and visitation
- Cultural and multicultural issues
- Families of the chronically mentally ill
- Family challenges with children with developmental variations or physical limitations
- Families with children and adolescents/teens and all of the complexities involved in parenting
- Job loss or retirement
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) issues
- Life stage transitions - birth of a child, separation, divorce or remarriage
- Loss & grief
- Parent-child relationships throughout the life course
- Parenting for individuals with past trauma
- Single parent/teen conflict
- Stress from illness, disability, or death
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Though not exhaustive, this list includes many of the reasons families are often seen together in
therapy. Based on your family’s current circumstances, a unique treatment plan will be created to fit
your needs. The length of family therapy will vary from family to family.
Think - Counseling stands for conversation with peace which sorts almost every problem. So, it will help you too (even international issues are solved with counseling).
All Conversation Between The counselor and the visitor will and should be kept as a secret and however, must not be disclosed anywhere. The consultation has to be done free minded and with no hesitation.