For many people, child psychotherapy has this meaning: The therapist takes on the parents’ responsibility for raising the child and tries to correct existing behavioral and experiential characteristics. One begins to consider the possibility that not just the child alone, but also the family game rules influence the origin and course of the disorder. And this leads to the realization that the family itself should be treated. To put it bluntly, psychotherapy for the child means psychotherapy for the parents.
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