Systemic And Family Therapy (SFT)

SFT is family focused therapy. Family therapy gives families the chance to express and explore their feelings in a safe, non-judgemental environment. Working alongside a therapist, families can discuss difficulties and differences within their relationships with an aim of improving communication and finding a way forward, together.

This approach looks to be inclusive and considerate of every member of the family, avoiding any sense of ‘ganging up’. It looks to recognise individual’s strengths and build on these within sessions and to work with members of the family in a collaborative way. Family therapists will invite engagement and be sensitive to the diverse nature of family relationships, forms, beliefs and cultures.

  • Relationships
  • Addictions
  • Eating Disorders
  • Separation
  • Loss/grief
  • Trauma
  • Child’s behavioural difficulties.
  • Systemic/Family therapy is context of Cancer Diagnosis.

Often communication is at the very heart of relationship problems and family issues are no different. When parents’ divorce, siblings and parents can become estranged and often it is through miscommunication or different styles of communication that rifts start and last.

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