Systemic Therapy

Dipl. teacher Heike Bangert Wang informed disagreement in a relationship, whether in the family or in a partnership are often procedures that only a consultation from the outside can help to establish satisfaction again. One possible measure may be the systemic therapy. What this is based and which goal they explained Dipl. pedagogue Heike Bangert Wang from ubach-Palenberg. Basis of systemic therapy the systemic theory sees each individual in the entirety of a social system. Constantly moving in social references, doing and feeling can be never independently considered. You constantly mutually influenced.

The systemic therapy takes into account relationships and behaviors between couples, parents, grandparents, siblings, colleagues and friends, to face the existing problems. The basis of systemic therapy is the taking into account of social systems, in which the client resides and considered the people never alone trading. Because it is never only a part of a relationship that is responsible. A systemic therapy can be carried out with the whole family, with pairs or individuals. It is always crucial to include the point of view of each other. Failing patterns modifizieren-goal of systemic therapy as a result that the actions mutually influence by members of a system, can be unconsciously behavioural and relationship patterns solidify, which can lead to difficulties in the cooperation. It is the most patient unaware that they always follow the same pattern. The systemic therapy aims to recognize and to overlook, to create a base for a change.

If ingrained patterns of behavior and communication forms are worked out, various approaches can help to achieve a good and fulfilling coexistence. The aim is that each individual in its capabilities strengthened and improved the interaction to release unhealthy patterns of behavior. For Details about the systemic therapy the Dipl. pedagogue Heike Bangert Wang from ubach-Palenberg is available at any time.