The family that we are born into and the family that we make, the way we were raised as children and the way we raise our own, our family relationships - all intrinsically impact every aspect of our lives; who we are, how we love, how we communicate, how we understand the world and others.
'The aim of Family Therapy is to provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space to work things through together. To resolve some of the difficulties that sometimes seem impossible to solve.
The therapist works alongside family members to develop greater understanding between each and everyone involved.
Exploring thoughts and feelings to develop greater understanding between family members, acknowledging the difficulties and building up the strengths.
It is for all family groupings including stepfamilies, grandparents and those people that are close to you. It might be that your family struggles with relationship difficulties, behaviour that is difficult to understand, communication blockages or constant arguments. These can all cause great damage to families if not addressed.
Family Therapy is looking at how to bring about change. Eventually reducing stress and conflict together with an improved sense of well-being through encouragement and understanding.