Family Therapy/ Counseling
Family therapy is a branch of psychotherapy that focuses on family developments and family conflicts. It traces any history of psychological and mental health illness or pathology. It focuses on the family dynamics to understand how this can change and affect the development of its members.
Family therapy views change in terms of the systems of interaction between the individual, his environment, and his family members. The main emphasis is also on the importance of family relationships. Family therapy uses family members as a strong support system and a significant factor in the healing process of any emotional or mental health concerns. This can be achieved by direct involvement and participation of all or significant family members in the therapy session. This was found to be a great help for all members in the family. Family therapy can help bring family members together while trying to solve their problems in therapy, especially problems such as depression, addiction, OCD and other psychological issues and disorders.