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Family Therapy:

Family therapy is a form of treatment that views psychological problems of children and their treatment in terms of the interactions among family members. Families are seen as an integrated, interconnected unit in which psychological functioning is influenced by each and every family member individually and collectively as an entire system. Family therapy aims at improving the communication and relationship patterns of the family members which directly and indirectly might be influencing child's problematic behaviour. During family therapy, therapists avoid blaming any individual family member for the problem, and instead help the family interact in new, different ways that may improve functioning of the child.