Parenting issues

Depression and anxiety

Adoption issues


Every family has problems.

Every family has family problems but there are certain measures you can take for recovery. Whenever you have a group of people who spend many hours with each other, there are sure to be problems. Personalities clash, and power struggles ensue, as parents and children learn how to cope with each other.

Problems and disputes are not uncommon in families! In many cases people try to find a way to sort things out themselves. But sometimes it is impossible. Relationships break down to such an extent that families need outside help. That's where we come in.

Family therapy can find a way through

Therapy can help family members find constructive ways to help each other. It focuses on people’s families and other relationships, sharing and respecting individuals’ different perspectives, beliefs, views and stories, and exploring possible ways forward.

Family Therapy can bring about change, not only with individuals, but also in their relationships in the family and beyond, so children, young people, adults and those important to them, are all supported.

Therapy is not only for those with problems. It can also be helpful for anyone who would like to learn more about themselves and their relationships

Common family problems include:

  • Divorce and 'blended family' issues
  • Sexual issues
  • Depression and/or anxiety
  • Social skills
  • Behavioral problems
  • Learning difficulties
  • Eating disorders
  • Sexual abuse or other childhood traumas
  • Adoption issues
  • Loss & bereavement issues
  • Relational and family problems
  • Parenting issues
  • Co-dependency or boundary issues