Broadly speaking, I treat individuals, couples, and families. Usually, patients arrive with an idea of what they are looking for, but it is not unusual for treatment modalities to morph and evolve.
For example, after a number of sessions, a wife might decide to bring in her husband to transition to a couple’s modality. Sometimes, an adolescent will want a parent present to work on an issue for a few sessions. After couple’s work is complete, one member of the couple might stay on for individual work, with the other member’s permission, perhaps on a older issue from before the marriage, or perhaps on a work-related problem. Sometimes, a husband will want to bring his wife in for a visit or two just to meet me, or to give another perspective on his individual work.
The bottom line is that I see the treatment situation as fluid and responsive to your needs and your preferences.