Family Therapy

The family can be a source of support, encouragement, and love but, sometimes, relationships within the family can be placed under much stress and strain, and family members feel isolated, frustrated, or at a loss on what to do to maintain harmony in the home. Family Therapy can help when siblings are not getting on, or when parents are going through a period of divorce or separation. Sometimes, divorced spouses may also hope to form a new family, and face their own set of challenges.

It is important to seek professional therapy to work towards the goals of the family. Family Therapy, indeed, can help the whole family to communicate and understand each other better. Sometimes, there might also be other serious issues that lead the family to approach therapy. In cases where there is a major change in the family, it can be difficult to learn to adapt, thus, leading to much frustration, loss, or depression. Therapy can help family members to learn to support each other better through difficult times.

If your particular concern is not on this list, you can still call BPS at 6684-239-1569. It is very likely that there is a psychotherapist in the team who has knowledge, skill, and experience in that area.