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Seeking Relationship Help in the Hard Part of the Year

20 January 2021
CEO Andrew Balfour talks about the challenges of winter and the new year, which can be a difficult time for relationships, especially in times like Covid ones.

Young people offer advice to parents in conflict ahead of 2020 Children in Need Appeal

10 November 2020
Voices of children show importance of couple communication

Lord Mayor to officially open City Wellbeing Centre

29 September 2020
Centre for talking therapy open for virtual launch and online sessions

Psychological fallout of pandemic will remain for families even when the virus has gonelonger than the virus

25 September 2020
Couple and relationship therapy can help recovery

New mental health and well-being centre to open for workers and residents in the City of London

20 May 2020
Our service expands from couples therapy and marriage guidance to wider mental health support.

City Wellbeing Centre launches virtual therapy sessions

20 May 2020
Accessible therapy starts online for City workers and residents

Tavistock Relationships responds to lockdown with affordable relationship help

19 May 2020
A simple, lower cost way to access online couples therapy now.

Supporting the NHS to treat mental health in lockdown

14 May 2020
Free trainings to IAPT practitioners a welcome chance to bring Couple Therapy for Depression programme into focus - at the time it is needed most

Family Life Can Improve in Lockdown, New Research from China Shows

15 April 2020
Free help is available for parents who are having trouble communicating and worried about the effect on their children, based on principles that have been proved to benefit relationships and family life.

The Value of the Therapeutic Hour

08 April 2020
Couple and family relationships are under strain at the moment. Many couples report feeling claustrophobic and trapped, not only physically in the confines of their home, but also emotionally, trapped inside with their partner with very little outside contact.

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