The most influential and important relationship that humans can have with another is the family unit. “Family” means different things to different people and in today’s world, has no defined structure. However, one thing every family has in common, is those calling themselves a family care about each other, or are linked to one another, in a significant way.
However, no family is without disappointment, stress, or conflict. Not addressing these issues can lead to alienation and weaken the family structure. Family therapy helps the family keep moving forward by identifying the needs of each individual, and balancing these needs with the well-being of the family unit.
Research has found that family therapy can significantly impact substance abuse and prevention, poor self-esteem, communication, mental health, and behavior issues.
Common Reasons Why Families Seek Therapy:
▪Family Trauma (loss of family member, job loss, natural disaster, abuse of family member)
▪Behavioral Or Emotional Issues With Child
▪Substance Abuse Within Family
▪Improve Communication And Boundaries