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Family Therapy

One of the reasons family therapy can be difficult is that families often appear as collections of individuals who affect each other in powerful but unpredictable ways. Structural family therapy offers a framework that brings order and meaning to those transactions. The main goal in family therapy is to alter any dysfunctional patterns of interaction in order to encourage growth in individuals, subsystems, and the family as a whole. It increases productive communication along with support within the family as well as the individual responsibility and self-reliance of the family members and the subsystems.

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