Mental-Health Counseling programs are what you should look into for graduate programs after you have a bachelor's degree. You will learn and implement theories that will allow you to better understand yourself and your clients. Personal aspects are always different for each therapist, but there are many benefits that come from being a counselor. Counseling is not about "fixing" people or having people follow your directions, it is a collaborative process and can be influential on family members involved with group therapy when the right theories and interventions are modified and used to fit the people and situation. I would suggest setting up a information interview with a family therapist near you to learn more about the occupation and daily routine!