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Also known as systemic therapy, family therapy encourages family members to find ways to help each other, regardless of whether the issue being addressed is a family issue or an individual issue. The approach considers family relationships to play an important role in the psychological and emotional health of all family members, and encourages change by emphasising this belief.
Family therapists work with families and people in close relationships, whether they are related by blood or not. Therapists usually have experience with a broad range of issues, including child and adolescent behaviour, parenting issues, adult mental health, divorce and separation and other issues which disrupt family life, such as illness.
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