Family therapy is a type of psychological therapy that involves working with families and couples to address issues within their relationships. The aim is to help families and couples better understand and communicate with each other, build stronger relationships, and navigate difficult situations. Through family therapy, participants can gain insights into how their behaviors and actions impact the family dynamic, learn effective communication skills, and develop healthy coping strategies. This type of therapy can be especially beneficial for families going through a significant life transition, such as divorce, blended family situations, or dealing with a family member's addiction or mental health issues. Overall, family therapy provides a safe and supportive space for families and couples to address issues, heal, and strengthen their relationships.