Family therapy provides a safe environment for families and those in close relationship to find ways to sort out worries or problems. While some families come to us to address family issues (e.g. conflict, communication difficulties, etc.), others arrive with concerns about a particular family member. Rather than solely focusing on or treating the individual, we encourage all relevant people in the individual’s life to participate in therapy together. Why?
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Family members experiencing particularly complex issues and/or significant distress may benefit from receiving extra individual support from an external service provider during their contact with us. In fact, sometimes this is a condition of receiving services from us. With your permission, we work cooperatively with these other professionals and coordinate our efforts to support you.
The Bouverie Centre is proud to be sponsoring and supporting this two-day forum exploring and showcasing the work supporting families where a parent has a mental illness (FaPMI).find out more
The Bouverie Centre is now taking applications for its 2018 coursework programs - the Graduate Certificate in Family Therapy and Master of Clinical Family Therapy (yrs 2 & 3 entry).find out more