Utah Family Therapy

Family Therapy Program

family-therapy-utahFamily therapy is a solution based psychotherapy that can help your family improve relationships, learn how to work together effectively, and to develop new behavioral patterns. Regardless if the issue is with a child, teen, spouse, parent or sibling, Pathways Real Life Recovery in Utah can help. When working with a Utah family therapist, your whole family will learn to examine your family’s ability to problem solve and to express thoughts and feelings in a positive manner. Every family is different, with a unique social structure that only applies to them. If one member of the family has a mental illness, alcohol addiction, death, divorce, or drug addiction, family therapy can be very beneficial. When one member of a family suffers from something like this, not only can it be a product of their family life but it can also have negative effects on the whole family. This is why family therapy is such a useful tool in the therapeutic process. In the case of addiction, the affected family member may require individual treatment, medication management, and sometimes the rest of the family members attend a family therapy session to learn how to empower vs enable their loved one.

Benefits of Utah Family Therapy

Family Therapy can benefit a family on multiple levels, by treating the affected person in a group, along with the rest of the family. This method empowers the individual to see the effects that their behavior or condition is having on their loved ones. It also gives the family members insight into the struggle that the inflicted individual is going through, making it easier for them to understand and really help their loved one. Family therapy can be useful to treat parenting issues, marriage concerns, grief, stress, anger and more.

Guided by your Utah family therapist, your family will learn to:

  • Pinpoint your specific family challenges and set family goals to achieve them
  • Learn new ways to handle conflict
  • Help troubled relationships
  • Address specific issues
  • Learn new ways to interact and overcome unhealthy patterns of relating to each other
  • Learn to empower not enable those with addiction
  • Explore family roles, rules and behavioral patterns
  • Focus on your family’s strengths and work on the weaknesses
Pathway’s family therapists work to give your family the skills and tools to be able continually develop. By the end of your treatment, your family will be better equipped to handle family difficulties, even after family therapy treatment is completed.

Utah Family Therapy at Pathways Real Life Recovery

Family Therapy can help you and your family repair strained relationships and improve how well the family works together. Family therapy Utah is generally short term, lasting less than 6 months. However, your treatment plan will be based on what issues your family is dealing with and on the readiness of the family to participate. Soon your family can begin to heal emotional wounds, come to understand one another better, and restore a sense of harmony that your family may not have felt for a very long time. For more information, please call Pathways Real Life Recovery at 801-895-3006 or fill out our contact form so we can contact you.

Simple and Effective
Pathways is an amazing program and they helped our family deal with a number of issues with myself and kids while my divorce was being finalized. I was offered genuine care and support throughout my entire experience. They gave me encouragement and support when I couldn’t find it for myself but I knew I had to be there for my kids. I would highly recommend Pathways!
Written by: Amy and Family
Family Therapy Program
Date published: 06/30/2015
5 / 5 stars
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