Individual therapy is preferred when there is a personal issues you would like to fix. Often, it is easier to share your personal concerns in a one-to-one format. Importantly, the therapist will work with only you during the session.
Many times many couples have difficulty communicating for many different reasons. Sometimes one partner doesn’t feel it would matter if they were to bring up an issue, since they feel hopeless about anything changing. Other couples talk over each other, and have frustration for being misunderstood. It’s not too late to seek therapy.
Group therapy provides an atmosphere where you come together with others to share problems or concerns, to better understand your own situation, and to learn from and with each other. Group therapy provides room for change and growth.
Family therapy is designed to help improve familial relations through understanding the patterns and dynamics of each relationship within the unit. Family therapy can include working with siblings, parents, step families and blended families. The purpose is to identify patterns or communication that does not work, and learn more effective ways to be with one another.