Forcing blame on separating couples has a negative impact on the whole family process of ending a marriage
Research published by the Nuffield Foundation in October this year shows what practitioners working with individuals and couples have long known to be the case: our divorce laws are out of date and incompatible with a modern family justice system which seeks to reduce conflict between couples who are divorcing; not amplify this – as the current law does.
How online counselling can benefit the whole family.
Couple Psychotherapist at Tavistock Relationships
The relationship we have with our parents plays a unique part in the development of each of us, and the continuity of our lives through the generations. Stories about our relationship with our parents, and the relationship they had together, begin before we were born, and will continue after we have died.
Why online counselling works to help couples, using the latest technology.
John Fenna, Head of Marketing & Communications
When you sign up to an appointment for online counselling or psychotherapy, one of the things you will want to know is that the technology is user-friendly. This is a common question, and it is a vital issue for people considering online therapy. We all know that counselling and therapy can be challenging, and the last thing we want is to find ourselves struggling to get the technology to work!
For many people their first encounters with the idea of forgiveness come from religious observances. For devout Christians there is a double injunction contained in the Lord’s Prayer, ‘Forgive us our trespasses and those who trespass against us.’ There is a thought missing here.
Couple Therapy - a sign of health or admitting defeat?
By Krisztina Glausius
Head of Clinical Services
‘April is the cruelest month but January is often felt to follow not too far behind in terms of unhappiness and general accumulated misery. Start- of- the year woes can be both caused by, and resulting from unhappy relationships or from isolation and loneliness.