Family Therapy is one of the main services in Soul Hearing Counselling. It is also referred to as marriage and family therapy, family systems therapy, and family counseling; and has important breakthroughs in the 1950s.
Family therapists would explore the family issues from the systemic perspective.
Centre’s scope of Service
- Children/adolescents’ emotional and behavioural problems including school refusal, low motivation, over-dependency, crying and temper tantrum etc
- Late adolescents’ distress and uncertainty
- Dating challenges, pre-marital anxiety, couple relationships, marital distress, external marital affairs
- Parenting difficulties
- Intergenerational relationship problems including in-law relationship, emotional dependent to family of origin
- Adjustments in change of roles in family such as being new mother or father
- Middle-aged crisis
- Stress on retirement
- Elderly mental health
- Bereavement and loss on major life events such as deaths, incidents or loss of health
Can I come by myself?
Yes, you can. Family therapy does not merely count on the number of participants. Individuals, couples and families can be treated by family therapy.
Who needs Family Therapy?
- If you want to understand and solve your presenting issues and make positive changes.
- If you want to rediscover the fundamental interconnectedness among your family members or other significant others.
- If you want to look at the family structure, the relationship with other social systems, and to find a different way out.
Counselling Fee: HK$1,000 per hour. (Appointment Only)
Examples of Presenting Problems
- I wonder if he / she is the one to marry.
- I have married for one year but I feel very unhappy and cannot get along with my partner.
- My 8-year-old son has heated temper. He always fights with his brother.
- My daughter refuses to listen to me. Every time when I ask her to stop playing and do homework, she runs to my wife.
- My husband/wife has an external marital affair and I am very depressed.
- My 10-year-old daughter always quarrels with her step-father and she does not tell me how she feels.
- My elder teenager idles at home playing computer and refuses to go to school.
- I can’t get along with my mother-in-law and feel my husband does not support me.
- I don’t have any motivation to work or meet friends after my mother died.
- After divorce, I work on multiple roles and feel very exhausted. My son did not talk to me and behaved strangely. I am very worried.
If you relate to any of the above situations or have similar experiences, you are welcome to make an appointment with Ms Ring Chung in Soul Hearing Counselling.