Couples or family therapy is a process that allows the couple or family the opportunity to identify and resolve issues, improve communication and facilitate trust, in a supportive and results-oriented environment.
Each therapy session can be targeted towards treating a variety of problems, including:
- mental health,
- grief and loss,
- resistance to change,
- anger or stress,
- and other issues
When there is any stressor that negatively affects a member of the family, this challenge also impacts the family as a unit. Often the family or couple may also feel stress and disconnect, which produces conflict and tension that may need to be addressed with professional assistance.
To address these issues, results-oriented couples and family therapy use a variety of different therapeutic approaches that bridge the gaps in communication and promotes respect, integrity, trust, rapport and healing for the members. This process will also address any co-dependency or enabling issues that a member of a couple or family may experience, using a variety of relationship building techniques.