Psychotherapy is a type of treatment that can help individuals experiencing a wide array of mental health conditions and emotional challenges. Therapy can help not only alleviate symptoms, but also, certain types of therapies can help identify the psychological root causes of one’s condition so a person can function better and have enhanced emotional well-being and healing.
Conditions that can be helped by therapy include coping with stressful life events, the impact of trauma, medical illness, or loss such as the death of a loved one; and specific mental health conditions such as depression or anxiety. Therapy may be conducted in an individual, family, couple, or group setting, and can help both children and adults.

Why do your children need family therapy?

The social dynamics of our society are in flux with children being separated from their parents. Some of them are sent to foster homes or put up for adoption. In cases like these, ties between the child and its new family are uncertain. It’s common for the child to feel detached from its foster or adoptive parents because it’s been separated from the birth parents. Similarly, it’s also common for the new parents to feel as if the child is rejecting all advances of love and affection from their side. If relationships stay like this, the family begins to tear apart, and the child might develop behavioral problems that are likely to be detrimental for him in the future.
For families that are struggling in similar ways, family therapyis an option that they could look into. Certified family therapists at Fernandez Community Center in Raleigh, NC is equipped to handle cases of complicated family ties so that you and your child can manage your mental health together by reconciling your differences.
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