1. To provide counselling and therapeutic services for individuals, families and communities to overcome a wide variety of social challenges.
2. To train a broad range of health, social services, human resources (practitioners) and community workers in counselling, family therapy and systemic management techniques.
3. To offer consultancy services to communities and organizations in the application of Systemic Theory to solving social challenges and promote social change.
4. To develop, through research, monitoring and evaluation, indigenous therapeutic management and training techniques and materials.