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Overview

Family therapy helps in improving relationships with different members of the family including the one shared with one’s spouse, children, parents, or other family members. There are various issues that family therapy could help in the resolution towards including financial or marital issues that strain relationships, impact of an individual’s mental illness or addiction on other members of the family, conflicts or unmet expectations between parents and their children, etc. Family therapy need not be the only treatment that members engage in, and some members may benefit from having family therapy in conjunction with other treatments, such as individual therapy for other mental health issues, or rehabilitation for an addiction problem. Whether a situation or pattern of interactions between family members causes grief, anger, conflict, or stress, family therapy can be a useful intervention. The sessions allow members to understand each other’s perspectives and needs better as well as equip them with coping skills that strengthen their bond with each other.

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How effective is Family Therapy for Relationship Issues?

Family therapy can help enhance communication, reduce conflicts, provide support, give an opportunity and a safe space to express emotions and needs, and overall enhance the relationships between members.

What are the benefits of Family Therapy for Relationship Issues?

The benefits of family therapy for relationship issues are –

  • Help identify specific challenges faced by the family and overcome them,
  • Overcome unhealthy interactional patterns and replace them with healthier patterns,
  • Help set individual and family goals and achieve them.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

The number of sessions is unique to each family as it depends on the challenges they face, the goals they want to achieve, as well as their response to the sessions.