Family therapy

Family therapy is designed to address specific issues that affect the psychological health and functioning of the family, such as major life transitions, mental or behavioural health conditions. It can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. Family therapy views individuals’ problems in the context of the larger unit: the system of the family. It assumes that problems cannot be successfully addressed or solved without understanding the dynamics of the group.

Family therapy can help you

  • improve troubled relationships with your partner, children or other family members
  • develop assertive communicational and problem solving skills
  • address behavioural and emotional problems of children within the context of the family
  • get support in questions, doubts regarding raising children and dealing with teenagers
  • get through emotionally challenging life events, situations
  • handling sibling conflicts and jealousy
  • sort out specific issues such as marital or financial problems,
  • conflict between parents and children,
  • the impact of substance abuse or a mental illness on the family
  • restoring the harmony of the family after a divorce or in a patchwork family.

Family therapy can be useful in any family situation that causes stress, grief, anger or conflict. It can help family members understand each other better and learn coping skills to bring them closer together. The therapist can help you in evaluating and resolving relationship problems by guiding you through transitional crises such as divorce or death, highlighting problematic relational or behavioural patterns and helping you replace these dysfunctional behaviours with healthy alternatives.

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