Family therapy can involve any members of a family unit and focuses on helping these members resolve conflicts within their relationship.
Most often this therapy focuses on the parent-child relationship but it can encompass many family relationships including adult children, sibling difficulties, extended family issues, etc.
Some of the issues most often presented in therapy include the following:
- Child behavior issues
- Child and teenager adjustment problems
- Children transitioning to adulthood
- Sibling rivalries
- Domestic violence
- Family and life transitions
- Any individual issues affecting the family dynamic