Individual Therapy


Although a basic assumption of Systemic Therapy is that we are all constantly parts of systems in which our interactions influence each other, the majority of therapies take place in individual settings.

There are many reasons for this, not least the fact that it is often simply impossible to persuade all those involved to participate in this development process.

Nevertheless, the systemic ideal is not lost in the individual setting, systemic methods include the perspective of other members of the system. And they should do so, because it does not help in everyday life if I have solved my problems in the safe space of therapy, but “out in the world” run into similar difficulties again and again.