Family therapy involves the treatment of an entire family unit through individual, conjoint, and whole-family sessions. The system as a whole is examined in order to identify the changes in communication and functioning that can be made in order to bring about positive changes for all.
Communication: Sometimes the only thing that effects a family's inability to maintain healthy and loving relationships is communication. Family therapy can assist your family with opening up the lines of communication in a manner that is safe and supportive for all indivdiuals involved.
Parenting: A difference in parenting styles is often a source of stress and frustration for couples. Couple therapy can provide you and your partner an opportunity to discuss your parenting ideals in order to co-construct an effective parenting style that will be to the benefit of your relationship and your children.
Relationships: Sometimes it can be difficult to get along with the members of your family. It may seem as though no one understands or respects each other. Family therapy involves individual, relational, and family sessions that can assist each individual and the family as a whole with resolving their issues in order to enhance overall family functioning.