You don’t know the last time you laughed as a family. It seems yelling and arguing is the new normal. You would like to bring your family closer, but everyone is busy doing their “own thing”.
Families undergo many changes and transitions that often times disrupt their normal routines. Such transitions include a new baby, new job, moving to a new city, or divorce. Ultimately, the goal of family therapy is to helps families address such concerns and return to their normal selves.
Helps the family focus less on the member who has been identified as having the problem and more on the family as a whole.
Assists in identifying conflicts and anxieties and helps the family develop strategies to resolve them.