It helps family members to communicate more openly and effectively to resolve conflicts.
It provides the guidance and advice to help parents deal with all aspects of bringing up a child. It provides an opportunity for struggling and overwhelmed parents to develop the skills to manage their child’s behavior.
It helps children and young people to make sense of their distress, grow more self-aware and build the skills to heal and become more resilient. This may benefit children dealing with anxiety, low self-esteem, ADHD, distress due to social or family circumstances (including adoption).