When everybody participates, the chances for success in therapy skyrockets
Family therapy can be a great place to start or the perfect place to “end up.” If one member of the family is having issues, it affects every member. How each one copes with problems is unique. If there is one thing a family therapist could share it would be this: When each person works to “own their part,” change is more likely to happen. Sometimes, it works best if individual therapy comes first—there may be a history of misunderstandings that need to be worked through first. Some family members can’t even imagine being in the same room as other members! That’s ok. We’ve been there before. Some family members just aren’t ready. We get it. We’ll start when you’re ready.