Occasional conflict is common in even a very close-knit family. Conflict can arise from misunderstandings and miscommunications or anytime family members have differing views. While small disagreements are a given in any family, constant conflict can have lasting negative consequences. Serious conflicts can arise from a variety of different sources including substance abuse, financial problems, mental illness, marital problems, the birth of a child, child rearing, parent and child problems, a job change or a big move.

If your family is facing a situation that is causing stress or anger, family therapy can be very valuable and, ultimately, bring you closer together. A mental health professional specializing in family therapy can also help to find peaceful solutions to conflicts.

Therapists specialising in Family Conflict

Amanda Copeland

Cognitive analytic psychotherapist

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Lorri Craig

Psychologist. Therapist Counsellor

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Duncan Long

Counsellor & Therapist

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Emma Russell

Humanistic Integrative Counsellor

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Claire Scott

Therapeutic Counsellor

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Jake Yearsley

Integrative counsellor

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Keren Ghitis

Mindfulness based Psychotherapist Senior Trainee (UKCP)

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Gavin Beard

Psychotherapist and Trauma Specialist Using EMDR

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Peter Hutt

Person Centred Counsellor

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Stephanie Fortescue

Psychodynamic Therapist

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Sarah Bailes

Psychotherapeutic Counsellor

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Serena Roche

Psychotherapist

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Will Geffin

We Can Change Integrated Therapy

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