"I saw one of the counselors at Amy's office and was told multiple times that Amy is responsible for all insurance claim issues. I went on 8/15 and another four times after that and paid the full amount of $109.25 every time because they supposedly had not heard back from the insurance. I got a bit suspicious and contacted the insurance to find out that no claims had been filed yet. It took me lots of voicemail messages and emails to get Amy to finally file the claims. After more time had passed I found out that the claims were not filed with the correct information (the information for two different offices had been mixed up) and I have now been trying for over three months to get Amy to file the claims with the correct information. She is not answering voicemail messages or emails. I will contact the health advocates for help."
Family therapy is sometimes also called family counseling or marriage and family therapy. It is a form of mental health care and therapy that treats a couple or entire family as a unit, paying special attention to how the members of the family interact with each other. Each family has a unique personality, communication style, and unique problems they face together. In family therapy, all members of the family attend counseling sessions as a group, and together they learn how to identify conflicts within and without the family, as well as how to communicate better and problem-solve together.
Some topics commonly addressed in family therapy include:
Adoption or Infertility
Family therapists may work in group practices, private practices, schools, or hospitals. They work with families of all different kinds to help them live together as a stronger unit.