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Family therapy can be a great opportunity for families who are going through times of conflict and disharmony to resolve their issues in a safe and comfortable environment.

In this context, the family can be seen both in its nuclear structure - father, mother, and children - as well as in its extended structure, including grandmothers, cousins, son-in-law, etc.


Family therapy is a group therapy in order to build and develop the dialogue between family members and thus assist in solving problems and achieving respectful, harmonious and healthy relationships.

The sessions usually last on average 50 to 60 minutes and occur biweekly or monthly.

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