Systemic Family Practice

Systemic Family Practice (SFP) is a way of talking together that supports family members to explore difficult thoughts and feelings safely; to understand each other’s experiences and views and be more able to help each other.  At times families experience a wide range of serious difficulties and we aim to find ways of working that feels comfortable for each member. We will think with you and talk with you about how to work and about who attends. Family can mean any group of people who care about each other, as well as parents and children/young people, you may invite grandparents, friends or carers to sessions.

We do not take sides or blame, but support you to find your own solutions, while respecting a family’s culture, family member’s ages, needs and preferences.

‘Children have the right to say what they think should happen when adults are making decisions that affect them, and to have their opinions taken into account.’
Download our Systemic Family Practice leaflet here
SFP leaflet 2015.pdf
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