Systemic Family Therapy is part of psychotherapy. Systemic intervention is a therapeutic discipline that is applied in any problematic and psychological situation. It focuses on family systems and subsystems, being useful to treat a wide range of problematic situations, for example: eating disorders, depression, and social/family behavior, among others. It also enables families to shift the focus from the individual to the nuclear.
Systemic Psychotherapy and Family Therapy visualize the family nucleus as a system in which the members act in a personalized way that identifies them. Each individual carries a particular behavioral stamp, just as each family nucleus has its own stamp.
Systemic psychotherapy sees the family nucleus as the source of the symptom. The discomforts have their origin in the dysfunctional dynamics that is lived in the family, but also, it is the family itself that has the resources to solve them.
The current Systemic Family Psychotherapy offers Individual Therapy, Couple Therapy and Family Therapy.
Family Therapy Dominguez invites you to consider Family Therapy as a window to address what is happening right now in your family. “Family Therapy Dominguez will help you maximize resources, polishing family tools; that is what Systemic Family Therapy is all about.
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