Family therapy sessions are designed to help individuals understand, mend, and improve troubled relationships, difficult past experiences, communication difficulties and other related issues with family members. Conversation Analysis was used in this study to identify social actions and communication patterns in therapist-client conversations. Analysis of this study focused on video recordings of three family therapy sessions. A collection of twenty-eight moments were used to demonstrate four main therapeutic approaches that a single therapist utilized to solicit talk with family members about delicate matters. The four main practices identified, organized as the emerged in phases of interaction, are (1) ordinary talk about everyday activities, (2) imagining non-realistic scenarios, (3) directly addressing delicate issues, and (4) techniques for seeking resolution. Findings shed light on the significance of examining conversations in order for therapists' to effectively communicate with family members by improvising and implementing alternative therapeutic techniques, working in collaboration with clients to improve the overall process of therapeutic care, and managing interactions to promote healing and improved quality of living.