Family therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves multiple family members. Family therapy may include parents, stepparents, children/siblings, stepchildren, extended family, and others that have a significant impact on family life. This form of therapy can assist families in improving communication, solving problems, and understanding and managing family events such as deaths, moves, divorce, illness, or the entry of new members into a family. Through family therapy relationship problems can begin the process of repair, and stronger, more fruitful bonds can be restored and strengthened. Family therapy can be particularly useful for a number of specific issues, including emotional or behavioral difficulties in children and adolescents.
If you are interested in family therapy for your family, please contact Jonah at 301-466-9526, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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