The main difference that distinguishes family counseling from individual counseling is that the individual treats the entire family as a whole, rather than treating the individual alone. Individual counseling focuses only on individuals who are thought to be "problematic" or have any problems. The applied therapy is carried out between the therapist and the individual and the purpose is the individual's change. But the change of the individual and the change of the environment can not be evaluated separately. If targeted by family counseling; to identify the problem of the family system rather than to identify the individual as problematic, and to assist solve these problems.In family therapy sessions, sessions are conducted with all the family members of the individual, not with a single individual. In some cases, core family members as well as large family members (eg auntie, uncle, grandmother, grandmother, grandfather, etc.) can be invited to the sessions.
Effective Parent Education
Causes and solutions of conflict between partners
Child and adolescent development
Divorce Process and Child
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