What is family therapy?

Emotionally Focused Family Therapy (EFFT) aims to repair and strengthen family bonds by cultivating safe patterns of interaction in which there is effective attachment, emotional response and connectedness. It uncovers and restructures negative patterns of parent-child relationships by creating new patterns of secure connectedness. Helps family members recognize unconscious emotions and attachment needs, supporting both their relationships and each person's personal growth and well-being.

In what cases can we help you?

  • If you have a bad relationship in the family, if you fight excessively or don't talk to each other and this brings you discomfort
  • If you are experiencing a difficult family situation and feel that you cannot cope successfully
  • If you have marital conflicts and lack of satisfaction in partner relationships
  • If you are going through a divorce and feel you need support and mediation
  • If you are having difficulty parenting, if you have differences with your partner in parenting approach and this is causing conflict
  • If one of your children is having problems at school, problem behaviour; if they are experiencing severe anxiety or feelings of not coping
  • If you suffer from any type of emotional disorder involving stress, anxiety, panic attacks, depression
  • If you are experiencing intense grief due to a loss
  • If there is a family member with anorexia, bulimia or other eating disorders
  • If there is violence in your family

How does family therapy work?

Family therapy usually involves all or part of the family members living together in the sessions, depending on the specific problem. Often, however, individual family members may do individual therapy.

Working with the family therapist, family members explore their ability to share thoughts and express emotions. They become aware of certain rules that operate in the family, understand the roles they occupy and the patterns of behavior in the family context. Discover their individual and family strengths as well as their weaknesses. They learn new and better ways of communicating and dealing with certain conflicts.

At our center, we use a systems approach and an emotionally focused approach to family therapy. We embrace the unique needs of each client and work with all configurations and origins in which the modern family exists.


It depends on the particular family situation and conflict. Usually lasts a few months, but some families may need longer and more intensive therapy. Meetings are once or twice a week. The session is conducted by two therapists and lasts 90 minutes. The cost is 120lv.