Family is the most important thing to most of us, so when it starts to go wrong and family members fall out, it can feel devastating. It’s not easy to ask for help either as the temptation is to push your worries under the carpet and hope they will go away, or to feel ashamed of how your family isn’t working.

Therapy can help as often family fall-outs are a result of poor communication, lack of respectful boundaries, low self-esteem and poor self-care. It may seem difficult to believe that improving these specific areas can hugely impact how a family gets on, but it can.

If you are interested in seeking family therapy at Charter, please complete our enquiry form or call us on 020 7323 4970.

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Here at Charter we assess you separately and together so that you feel heard and understood in your individual difficulties, perspectives and have realistic goals established within a care plan.

We are here to support you to better understand what is going on for you, how to express that and also how to listen with an open mind. We encourage you to explore the resentments that cause prejudice and the lack of boundaries that are often present in any communication break down.

Families are the original social group and a huge influence in how we interact socially, who we attract and the roles we inhabit. We are products of our childhoods – but once you become conscious of that influence you have a chance to adjust and become the person you want to be in any relationship. Denial of childhood priming can prevent you from seeing how you might be contributing to your own unhappiness. But where there’s a pattern there’s a clue, so exploring these influences in therapy can be a powerful opportunity for change.

Mandy Saligari‘s well-established relationship with the independent schools sector means that we font have an opportunity for early intervention working with parents and families to understand and introduce changes to improve the family dynamic or treat a particular issue, such as self destructive behaviours.

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I made the call, listened and got to work. It was the best call I ever made. Charter shone the light on the darkness and made it a safe place for me to step out into the light. With courage, honesty, and compassion, I now show up for life every day, I now show up for me every day.

I am so very grateful to all of the team at Charter. They are professional, they are fun, and most of all, they really really care!


The work is comprehensive, searching and at times, uncomfortable. But it's absolutely necessary. My advice to anyone struggling with addiction who's thinking about going is very simple.

Do it. Throw in the towel. Get yourself into group, open up, get honest.



The Living Well Programme immediately cut right to the core of my issues and I started to soften and develop as an individual. At times it was painful, but at always I felt held by the programme.

I did not feel just like a number. The care and the attention of the whole Charter team never faltered. The main therapists are phenomenally skilled and the group dynamic was supportive, yet challenging. I have made connections and friendships I expect to last a lifetime.


Charter gave me my first real glimpse of freedom of my addiction and the will to face another day free of fear. Every single therapist brought their own particular stance into the groups, and there was as much laughter as tears.  I can only say thank you.


What makes Charter so special is the way that the team work together to create a complete picture of what you need and where you’re at, on an almost second by second basis. I felt seen and heard. This made me feel safe enough to get on with the painful risks I needed to take in group to get properly well; the risks I’d spent a whole life avoiding.

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