At times we have all felt overwhelmed and stressed out by difficult family problems. These can be single issues or it can be multiple issues that can have a devastating impact on the individuals in the family as well as the dynamics of the family as a whole.
The relationships within a family can often be stressed especially between the parents. Children are constantly creating new hurdles and challenges to overcome. Work and financial security are often stressful and create upset and tension. Ageing family members require an increase in time and support stretching the limited spare time available.
Add to these everyday stresses illness, affairs, bereavement, violence, alcohol or substance abuse, separation or divorce and family life can become a dark existence.
Couples and families often come for therapy as a last resort, perhaps more so than in any other branch of psychotherapy. Modern families seem to be under more strain than ever before perhaps partly because the increased advent of both parents working outside the home has meant less time to cement the family and less ability for one person to shoulder the responsibility for making it all work.
Problems left unresolved however can become entrenched and lead to splits within the family. Facing the problems can be the best approach to coping or overcoming issues and can help overcome a crisis, improve relationships, help cope with life changing events and solve or alleviate common problems.
Clinical Partners have a team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counsellors in the UK who are experienced in private Marriage and Relationship Counselling and Family therapy and they are able to offer full support and advice for you and your partner. They are able to work with couples, individuals and families across a wide spectrum of issues including: infidelity, sexual problems, jealousy, medical problems and illness, work and career issues, domestic violence, marriage guidance counselling, separation and divorce.
By calling our UK Clinical Team on 0203 326 9160 you will be able to talk in confidence about your situation and we can recommend a specialist to assist you.
If you're struggling with an emotional or mental health problem, call us now to make an appointment face-to-face or online - and take the first step in getting the support you need.