Psychomotoric family therapy (PMFT) is a an family treatment where the therapeutic work is taking place in the here-and-now interaction (enactment). By offering the family movement-oriented and body-oriented exercises from the psychomotor therapy the can practice and try out new forms of dealing with each other. They can also gain new and alternative experiences that are more helpful in working together. The characteristic of PMFT is that family members do not only have to talk to each other about their concerns that they have, but primary more can practice together by entering and try out the different forms of activities.
PMFT is a combination of psychomotor therapy and system therapy. Often this form is also given by two therapists.
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