The systemic psychotherapeutic view on the development of various disorders in the human psyche argues that mental health is determined by the environment (the system) in which the person lives. The most important system for any person is his or her family. In the family a person learns to interact with others, where he or she defines own role and builds the system of values. Lessons in the childhood are often fixed for life and almost all significant human relations are being built based on this childhood experiences. Psychotherapeutic atmosphere in the family determines how participants are feeling. The family can heal but it may lead to serious disorders of not only functional but also on the organic level. Prolonged family conflicts, unresolved problems or acute emotional shocks directly affect the health of each family member. Within systemic approach the family is considered as a separate independent body. This organism can be healthy, but may be ill. Family therapist is a specialist who deals with family health.