Family therapy is about helping families to work through problems and difficulties together and work towards change. It does not focus on individuals but on how family members interact and how they are understood and experienced by each other.
Families generally want something to be different and change can occur quite rapidly once the therapy has started.
Family therapy can help individuals and families to enjoy healthy relationships that are sufficiently robust to ride day to day pressures of family life as well as the emotional storms of losses and separations that can arise in the course of the family lifecycle.
The process of therapy invites families to think about what is going well in the family and what is going awry and how they can work together with the therapist, to bring about the desired changes.
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