Often, without realizing it, unprocessed sadness, trauma and frustration can be passed on for generations. A mother who has lost a child will be overly worried about her other children. Years later, these feelings can still affect her great-grandchildren.
To remove these psychological blockages from clients, more and more therapists provide Family Counseling. Asking questions creates a unique learning process. This dynamic provides insight into the past and the acceptance of certain feelings.