Systemic Approach

The practice of systemic therapy and integrative solutions informed the family was always the Centre of human life. Much has not changed in the modern present. However, given an increasingly individualized and professional environment she is exposed a growing number of sources of conflict today. Systemic family therapy has proven to the resolution and avoiding family conflicts. The diploma teacher and psychotherapist (HP) Heike Bangert Wang reported about it.

Family relations are characterized by their special depth and significance. To fully grasp, it is not sufficient to take a superficial look at the individual family members and their respective properties. It comes to recognize the root causes of conflict and potential for change, the work of the entire social environment, individuals are involved in this, must be considered. Systemic family therapy refers to the fact, that people with the social environment interact and so a variety of needs develop. The disclosure of individual strengths and needs it allows family members to put their lives together on a new, productive footing.

A common source of family conflict is the further development of the children. With the onset of puberty, they demand more freedoms and rights or test out how far rules can be stretched. Parents are often overwhelmed by this transition in a familial life of adults. So are massive conflicts between parental authority claim and the no longer really childish need for self-determination. Systemic family therapy uncovers the motives behind the conflict behaviors of all stakeholders. By she encouraged the individual strengths of individual family members, she triggers a development process, can be detected in the course of which new rules of the game for a harmonious life together. Systemic family therapy focuses on the problem-solving ability of the Family system to activate. It makes the conflict as the starting point of a new beginning, which unlocks the hidden potential for development and resources of family members to understand. The therapist makes the family members in this respect no rules, but supports them to find their own way to the solution of the conflictual situation. Heike Bangert Wang and Hilmar Winkens (systemic family therapist and supervisor) are committed for a long time for the resolution of family conflicts. As experts for the methods of systemic family therapy, they are their clients like to the side when it comes to identify a viable out of the conflict for all parties involved. Press contact practice for systemic therapy and integrative solutions contact person: Dipl. teacher Heike Bangert Wang Rochusstrasse 20 52531 ubach Palenberg Tel.: 02404 6741334 email: Homepage: