During adulthood, people can start feeling not at ease due to marriage/couple problems, problems with their children, problems at work, and doubts related to the life project they have already began to build, among others.
Through conversation, therapy sessions offer the possibility of reconsidering your current point of view, and making decisions for changing what you may need.
Family therapy can take place when problems not only affect an individual, but involve his relatives too. This can evolve into family growing apart, or a specific member becoming isolated, affecting the family's harmony.
Seeing a specialist can be motivated by a specific family event that is bringing changes whicha re being hard to adapt to (like the loss of a member, or change in the family's economic situation), or by problems that have accompanied the group, historically.