Family Systems Therapy
Family therapy is based on family systems theory that supports the conception of family relationships to form a part of the emotional health of each member within that family. This type of therapy can help people who care for each other and to find ways to cope collaboratively with any of distress, misunderstanding and pain that is affecting their relationships. There are common problems that a family therapist will work on, which include stressful and traumatic life events such as divorce and separation of the parents, illness or death of loved ones, and stages of family development that can cause pain and upset. Alsoat work and school related problems, psychosexual difficulties and parent and child conflict can also be emerged through family therapy. Family therapists may also work along with the health professionals to address specific conditions such as ADHD, eating disorders, addictions, depression, or on any other conditions that may be having a big effect or impact on family life. In this ways it makes family therapy useful for times of crisis and other problems of the family.