Adjusting to a new life change (like moving) or a medical condition.
Changes and challenges that come with aging.
Death and grief.
Relationship conflicts, such as parent-child conflict or sibling conflict.
Family therapy is a form of talk therapy that focuses on the improvement of relationships among family members. It can also help treat specific mental health or behavioral conditions, such as substance use disorder or oppositional defiant disorder. Family therapy can involve any combination of family members.
Can help with:
Some forms of family therapy include:
Functional family therapy (FFT)
Marriage counseling/couples therapy
Strategic family therapy
Structural family therapy
Systemic family therapy