When a family member has a disability or special needs, families often have to adjust their family roles. Parents often become caregivers, older children take on greater responsibility, and younger children can feel lost or neglected.
Having a child who is disabled or special needs can have a significant impact on the entire family -- parents, siblings, and extended family members.
The type of food you are eating, and how much you eat, can affect much more than just your weight.
It is normal for every family to go through difficult times. How can you tell whether current problems are worth consulting with a family therapist?