Family therapy is designed to address specific issues that are affecting the psychological health of the family. This could include major life transitions such as a divorce, death or serious illness, relocation, financial hardship, or a mental health condition affecting one or more family members. Family therapy may be used as the primary method of treatment, or as a complement to individual and/or couples counseling.
In family therapy, a psychoeducational approach is often used to help families develop plans and coping mechanisms to address individual and family problems. The goal of family therapy is to strengthen the family unit so that each member develops a better understanding of one another, which can assist with developing better communications and problem-solving skills.
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