We are proud to present this documentary film about Family Therapy.
The film follows Adam, aged 10, and Ryan, aged 16. Adam, Ryan and their families receive therapeutic help from a family therapy team based in Greenwich CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) in London, England.
This special version of the film, released in collaboration with ZKK (who originally produced the film for the BBC) is now available on DVD. It can be purchased from Oxleas and is intended for training and educational purposes.
The film should be of interest to:
To give you a flavour of the film, a number of short clips are availalbe to watch below.
The DVD contains:
* The original film ‘I Hate Mum’ was broadcast on BBC1 in February 2010.
"This is an inspiring and creative account of how a skilled family therapy team can contribute towards positive and lasting emotional change in family relationships.
It is also a wonderful example of both the team approach between professionals helping those who come for help in difficult times and, also, of how to foster a respectful partnership between professionals and families”.
Dr Barry Mason, Institute of Family Therapy, London.