Family therapy can include all family members (nuclear, stepfamilies, and sometimes extended families). The purpose of family therapy is to help families deal with concerns or difficulties that are interfering with how the family functions.
Areas addressed can include (but are not limited to):
Group therapy offers participants the opportunity to connect with other people who may be dealing with a similar set of issues. Group members gain valuable insight into their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors through the interpersonal relationships that they develop in the group. One of the most powerful aspects of group therapy is the recognition that we are not alone in the things that we struggle with.