Frequently, a parent brings his child to consult a psychologist and, over the course of his therapy aspects related his family functioning may take form. It is therefore essential to work with the family in order to obtain a systemic perception. According to this approach, each family member plays a role, and therapy being that it changes some of the behaviors is likely to change the role and thereby affect the family as a whole. Roles occupied in a family reflect expectations that each family member has towards each other. Family therapy can help to observe more clearly the family dynamic in view of changing certain roles so that family members can continue evolving according to their own life trajectory!