Family Therapy

Strengthen family bonds with our Online Family Therapy services, where our skilled counsellors and therapists are ready to provide the support and guidance your family needs. Benefit from the ease and comfort of engaging in online counselling without leaving your home, making family wellness more accessible than ever. Our professional team delivers compassionate support and evidence-based treatments to address the unique challenges your family may face, fostering improved communication and relationships.

Families are complicated. Growing up in a family, you probably know this first hand. Families can be wonderful, but they can also create immense tension and pain for their members. The more people involved in a family situation, the more complex it gets. That’s why families who are dealing with a crisis need to seek help from a counsellor outside their circle of loved ones: an impartial party who can guide them through difficult times and help them find new solutions to old problems.

Family therapy is the process of helping families to resolve their problems by working together as a team. It is an effective way of dealing with problems in any family, whether it’s your own or someone else’s.

ANYONE WHO HAS TAKEN PART IN ONLINE FAMILY THERAPY KNOWS THAT IT’S NOT ABOUT EITHER THE CHILD OR ADULT

Let’s be clear: family therapy is not about blaming one person or making one person the bad guy. It’s not about taking sides, it’s not about finding a scapegoat, and it doesn’t mean that your child is at fault for everything that goes wrong in your family. Family therapy means finding solutions to problems by working together as a team–and this can be incredibly difficult when you’re dealing with someone who has mental health issues like anxiety or depression.

Family therapy isn’t easy; but if you ask anyone who has been through it, they’ll tell you that it was worth every minute (and dollar).

ONLINE FAMILY THERAPY

Family therapy is a process where the family works together with a therapist to reach a common goal. The goal may be to solve an immediate problem, or it could be something more long-term, such as improving communication in the family, reducing conflict and anger, or dealing with grief after an illness or death of someone close to you.

Family therapists use different approaches depending on what they think will work best for your family. Some therapists use techniques like role playing or modelling; others might encourage you all to talk about how you feel about each other’s behaviour; some might suggest activities that help strengthen relationships between members of the group (like going out on picnics).

Family therapy is a process where the family works together with a therapist to reach a common goal. Family therapy can be helpful in many situations, but it’s especially useful for parents who have children struggling with mental illness or addiction.

Family therapy is not about either the child or adult; it’s about working together to find solutions to tragic and expensive blockages that stand in your way of being able to get help for your loved one.

Mental Health Foundation highlights the following statistics around families and family therapy: 

Starting a family is a milestone in many people’s lives. It can also be a stressful time and many parents experience mental ill health. Mental ill health of parents can have a negative impact on the development of their children. But this is not always the case.

  • Approximately 68% of women and 57% of men with mental health problems are parents.1
  • The most common mental health problems experienced during pregnancy and after birth are anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).2
  • Women experiencing maternal mental health problems:3
    • Postpartum psychosis: 2 per 1,000
    • Serious mental ill health: 2 per 1,000
    • Severe depressive illness: 30 per 1,000
    • Mild-moderate depressive illness and anxiety states: 100-150 per 1,000
    • PTSD: 30 per 1,000
    • Adjustment disorders and distress: 150-300 per 1,000

Find an Online Family Therapist near me

Online Family Therapy is a process where the family works together with a therapist to reach a common goal, reach out to us today, we’re here to help.

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Monday – Friday 9:00 – 20:00 

Saturday.- 10:00 – 15:00 

Sunday – 10:00 – 15:00 

Appointments are available 7 days a week

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We have years of experience in supporting individuals and couples through their issues to help resolve their problems and lead fulfilled lives.

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