Individual therapy is the most common type of therapy you hear about. The APA defines it as the "treatment of psychological problems that are conducted on a one-to-one basis. One therapist sees one client at a time, tailoring the process to his or her unique needs in the exploration of contributory factors and alleviation of symptoms. Also called dyadic therapy; individual psychotherapy."
All things can be improved, changed, and bettered, with just a little support, no matter how big or small. With couples therapy, you’ll learn how to communicate your feelings and needs and get what you want out of your relationship.
During family therapy, you can: Examine your family's ability to solve problems and express thoughts and emotions in a productive manner. Explore family roles, rules, and behavior patterns to identify issues that contribute to conflict — and ways to work through these issues.