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Family Counselling

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Family counseling, also known as family therapy, is a therapeutic approach aimed at helping families improve communication, resolve conflicts, and strengthen relationships. It provides a supportive and structured environment for family members to address a wide range of emotional, psychological, and behavioral issues that may be affecting the family dynamics.


During family counseling sessions, which typically involve multiple family members participating together, a trained therapist facilitates discussions, identifies patterns of interaction, and helps family members gain insight into their roles and responsibilities within the family system. By exploring underlying dynamics, identifying unmet needs, and developing effective communication and problem-solving skills, family therapy aims to foster understanding, empathy, and cooperation among family members. Issues commonly addressed in family counseling may include marital conflicts, parent-child relationships, sibling rivalry, blended family issues, substance abuse, grief and loss, and major life transitions.


Family therapy techniques may include role-playing, genograms (family trees), systemic interventions, and homework assignments to practice new skills outside of sessions. Ultimately, family counseling seeks to promote resilience, harmony, and mutual support within the family unit, empowering families to navigate challenges and build healthier, more functional relationships.

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