Family Therapy

What does it involve?
Family is an integral part of one’s life and it has an impact on who we are and what we become. It is the window through which we see the outside world for the first time and it influences an individual for the better or worse. Family gives us a glimpse of relationships with which we learn to interact and form interpersonal relationships in the future. Family therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves identifying the issues within a family and figuring out realistic ways to manage them with the help of a professional. This is beneficial for all types of family-like nuclear, joint, extended, and many more. The family therapist acts as a moderator between the family members and helps them identify & reflect upon the dysfunctional patterns prevailing within the family. The therapist also explores the nature of issues, how each person views them, and how the family has coped with them so far. It aids in better communication, provides new conflict-resolution methods, and provides the family with adequate resources to get through challenging times even after therapy.

Key Benefits

  • Identifying and reflecting upon the family's source of distress and learning to manage it efficiently.
  • Re-establishing functionality and healthy communication between family members.
  • Better expression and regulation of emotions.
  • Gain insight on setting healthy boundaries and providing each other space.
  • Instilling a sense of understanding and empathy towards each other.