Family therapy is a specialized form of service that allows for family members to join together to address a particular concern. It may be to support a family member, reduce conflict, or understand individual or collective behaviors.
Therapy for couples is a specialized form of psychological service. According to the most recognized theory of romantic love, couples form a very important connection with each other and depend on this bond to face the many challenges of life.
Individual therapy is the most common psychological service provided. It is sometimes called counseling or one-on-one therapy. It typically involves weekly meetings in which your therapist will offer exclusive attention to your presenting circumstances and needs.
Group therapy seeks to address emotional and relational processes in the here and now by utilizing the lively interaction of its members. Group theory suggests that meaningful health and happiness are relationally generated.