Functional Family Therapy
Functional Family Therapy (FFT) is a short-term, high-quality intervention program with an average of 12 sessions over a three- to four-month period. Services are conducted in both office and home settings, and can also be provided in a variety of settings including schools, child welfare facilities, probation and parole offices/aftercare systems, and mental health facilities.
FFT is a strength-based model. At its core is a focus and assessment of those risk and protective factors that impact the adolescent and his or her environment, with specific attention paid to both intra-familial and extra-familial factors, and how they present within and influence the therapeutic process.
To learn more about Functional Family Therapy go to http://www.fftinc.com.