Effectiveness of family psychoeducational therapy on increasing family abilities in foot care in diabetic neuropathy patients in the Palu City area. The design used in this study used the Pre-Experimental One Group Pretest-Postest design. The population in this study were DM patients who visited the Kawatuna Health Center in Palu City from June to September 2021, with a total sample of 30 people obtained based on a purposive sampling technique. The analysis of this study using The Paired Samples Test was carried out with the help of computer software with the application of the SPSS statistical program. The results of this study indicate that after treatment for one month, the effectiveness showed changes in the second week of the foot care intervention with the mean respondent (64.24) and a decrease in the degree of diabetic neuropathy in the intervention group. Respondents stated that they experienced an increase in foot sensation with the result that 56.7% of respondents stated mild neuropathy, and as many as 40% experienced moderate degree of neuropathy. The majority of respondents were in the age group > 65 years, namely 36.7%, with a distribution based on the length of time they had DM, namely 5-7 years. The results of the study statistically showed that the family's ability to care for the feet of the respondents had a fairly strong correlation (0.594). Implementation of family psychoeducation for respondents was effective in helping respondents obtain appropriate information in dealing with physical conditions related to chronic illness experienced by 56.7% of respondents.