Family therapy can be helpful for however you define your family whether it be friends, parents, grandparents, roommates, children and other relationships. For concerns related to your children, therapists can meet with the caregivers or parents without the children present and provide parent training. This treatment can be highly effective particularly for ADHD, behavioral issues, feeding concerns, socialization, toileting, sleep, and more. As the child becomes older or for adults and adolescents, it may be helpful to do treatment together as a family. Besides childhood-related concerns, family therapy can be helpful for grief/bereavement, family relationship/interaction problems, depression, and anxiety. Evidence-based psychotherapies include behavioral parent training, behavioral family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy, which are of course available from the comfort and convenience of your own home.