Family therapy is appropriate when families, or individuals within the family, have difficulty adjusting to family changes, are unable to resolve conflicts, or when there is a crisis in the family’s life cycle, such as divorce or death. Therapy will focus on patterns of interaction within the family that may be perpetuating problems. Family therapy emphasizes the importance of family relationships for emotional health, nurtures change and development, and provides family members with tools to create and maintain lasting and successful relationships.
Family Therapy serves to assist families in:
- supporting one another
- understanding each other
- connecting in moments of pain
- finding new ways of relating
- exploring family roles, rules, and behavior patterns
- building on strengths so your family can be the best it can be