The aim of this study was to explore and describe aspects that contribute to the psychosocial well-being of families from
diverse cultures in a South African context by analysing data obtained through narratives, drawings and interviews with
families. Participant families took part voluntarily in family interviews (N=36), written narratives (N=23) and drawings
(N=14). These different methods of data collection provided rich data on family psychosocial well-being in a South
African context with culturally diverse families, as well as on those aspects that influence family psychosocial
well-being. The findings suggest that communication, mutual support, togetherness as a family and spirituality are the
most prominent contributing factors, while financial difficulties and interpersonal conflicts or arguments are the most
prominent hindering factors with regard to family psychosocial well-being in this group of participants.