Family therapy seeks to resolve conflicts and strengthen relationships between family members. This is why most family therapists ask all the family members to be in the room during sessions, even though it’s not always required.
The key difference between individual counseling and family therapy is the framework used to identify and address problems.
In a perfect world, your family would be your primary network of support, keeping you calm during stressful times, pulling you out of the darkness and standing by your side when the world turns its back on you.
But the world isn’t perfect, and neither is your family.
Whether your goal is to find a new sense of value in your motives and abilities; or to use couples therapy to improve communication between yourself and your spouse, I can help start the healing process.