Clients in therapy talk about relationships with partners, parents and children. When someone grows and changes, and begins to do things differently, it affects everyone around them. This means the way forward for you, the individual client having the issue with your family member, is also the way forward for them.
I use family systems and developmental models to understand not only your predicament and viewpoint, but also the point of view of your spouse or other family member; my approach brings clarity not only to how the problem predicament inevitably arose, but—importantly—leverages how to bring welcome change to ease the relationship between you and your family member.
As change in the interaction between you and your spouse or other family member begins to be felt, they may ask you if they can join in one or more therapy sessions.