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Old 12-09-2017, 03:40 AM   #1
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Default What happens during a family therapy session?

Generally family therapists will aim to adopt an approach that does not take sides or blame individuals, but instead engages families in sharing understanding and views with each other - getting them to discuss the problems that are putting a strain on their relationships. By supporting this system of interaction, and giving everyone an opportunity to contribute to discussion, family therapy enables family members to explore ways forward that will work for them as a unit.
The number of family members who attend each session can vary, depending on therapy goals. Sometimes a family therapist will offer individual sessions to supplement the family meetings. These can be particularly beneficial for those who want to meet with the therapist before a family session to decide on the best ways to express their thoughts and feelings with others. In family therapy involving parents and children, therapists may wish to chat with parents separately following family sessions.
Whilst some family therapists work individually, others will collaborate with a co-therapist or team. In some cases, these colleagues will observe sessions to monitor how the family therapist and clients interact. They will then be in a position to share reflections and explore possibilities to help resolve issues. Many families find this approach to complex issues very helpful.




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