Find Family Counseling in Philadelphia, PA

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Family therapists and family counselors in Philadelphia are trained to educate family members about the problems they face. Common concerns include sibling conflict, adoption transitions, and communication issues. In some cases, one family member’s experience with addiction or mental health may be affecting the family as a whole. Mental health issues often begin in childhood: Half of all lifetime mental health conditions begin by age 14.

Family therapy sessions often take 50 to 60 minutes. Most counseling sessions are done with all members present, but an individual can speak with a family counselor one-on-one as needed. A treatment regimen generally lasts around 12 sessions, though a family may need more or fewer depending on their situation.

Family therapists can help families develop skills for resolving or managing their issues. Family therapists in Philadelphia are trained to focus on the well-being of the entire family; they are not there to take sides. Family counseling can help families communicate openly and honestly about issues without judgment. 


If your family is experiencing mental health issues or conflict, you may benefit from talking to a licensed family therapist. Therapy can teach your family how to communicate and relate to one another better. It can also identify the root causes of your concerns and heal any existing rifts. 

For your convenience, the carefully screened therapists listed above—all of whom specialize in family therapy—practice in Philadelphia. They are trained and ethically bound to protect your confidentiality and privacy. If cost is a concern, ask about insurance, sliding-scale fees, payment plans, and other options. Many therapists are driven by a desire to help, no matter the obstacles.


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