Systemic Family Psychotherapy

Systemic Family Psychotherapy is an approach to psychotherapy that focuses on understanding and addressing the patterns of interaction within a family system, whether that is birth family, foster or adoptive family and even the residential care family. It views individuals as being interconnected and influenced by the larger system in which they exist. This approach aims to identify and address the underlying dynamics within a family system that may be contributing to individual or relational problems.

Systemic Family Psychotherapy emphasizes the importance of understanding and addressing the cultural, social, and environmental factors that shape family dynamics. It focuses on improving communication, enhancing relationships, and building resilience within the family system.

The therapist works collaboratively with the family to explore and understand their unique family dynamics, roles, and patterns of interaction. They may use a range of therapeutic techniques, including narrative therapy, structural therapy, solution-focused therapy, and cognitive-behavioural therapy, depending on the needs of the family.

Systemic Family Psychotherapy is used to treat a range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and relational problems. It can be applied to families of all types, including blended families, foster families, adoptive families, and families with a history of trauma or abuse. It can also be used with residential ‘families’.


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