Systemic Therapy is a form of therapy that usually involves working with couples or family members, aimed at exploring the interactions between different people in the couple or family group.
How Systemic Therapy can help you
In couple & family relationships, often problematic dynamics and ways of interacting can arise, particularly under difficult circumstances.
During systemic therapy, your therapist will skillfully ask questions that will help highlight and uncover the typical patterns that take place in your relationships.
This understanding will then help you explore with the therapist ways in which you can improve communication and ways of interacting in order to help improve your relationships.
Often this can help resolve or improve individual difficulties where these are affected by difficulties in the family or couple relationships.
Other types of therapeutic approaches we specialise in are: