- Created by: bethheafford
- Created on: 02-05-23 17:10
What is Systemic Therapy?
What is systemic therapy?
An umbrella term to cover family or couples therapy. It can help any group or system where people work together or have a relationship. There are many different approaches, methods and techniques, but the commonality is the focus on the relational system. Systemic thinking highlights the importance of multiple voices, stories and viewpoints.
Who do systemic therapists work with?
The referred individual, the individual's family/couple, the individual's wider network - friends, colleagues, other professionals
Individuals from where?
NHS clients, older peoples services, private practice, organisational consultations
The structure of a systemic therapy meeting:
- More than one therapist in the room