Family and systemic psychotherapy is an effective and evidence-based intervention, helping people in a close relationship to help each other. It also supports individuals and families to understand each other better, to learn from difficulties, and to grow and become a happier and more functional system, capable of supporting each other.
Systemic theory approaches individuals as members of their family, work groups, neighbourhood and friendships - being part of different systems. We understand that all types of relationships and our experiences of love, friendship, conflict, abandonment, attachment, anxiety, and all aspects of the complexity that is human interaction, can affect us and generate a variety of problems. These problems can include complex distress to mental health issues.
Family and couple systemic psychotherapy can support clients and families affected by anxiety, abuse, addiction, depression, domestic violence, separation and divorce, self-harm and suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, relationship difficulties and distress, parents and children/adolescents conflicts, social anxiety and social difficulties.