Therapy provides a safe and confidential environment to talk through your problems. Our experienced counsellors can then help you think through ways to address issues.
Clients have told us that relationship therapy at Tavistock Relationships has helped them with:
Tavistock Relationships is a not-for-profit training institution specialising in couple therapy and psychoanalytic practice.
We are highly trained and experienced practitioners in couple and individual therapy, and use a range of methods to support our clients. Some of our services are provided by therapists in advanced training under the supervision of a highly qualified and experienced clinician. Read more.
We also operate a low-fee/no-fee service for those who would not otherwise be able to access services.
We believe that strong relationships improve lives, families and mental health. We train the next generation of couple counsellors and psychotherapists, along with conducting research and informing policy development in this area. We are highly experienced in working with couples throughout the lifecycle and the challenges that significant life events present.
Our repuation is as the couple experts.
At your initial consultation, we seek to understand the issues that concern you most and couple psychotherapy may be the outcome of the consultation process. If we are able to offer you the help you need at this point in any of our specialist services, we will allocate you a regular weekly slot for therapy with a therapist matched with your needs.
Therapy is a process where you can air what most concerns you in a safe and confidential setting, and the therapist can help you unpack the problems, which may relate to recent events, or something more long-standing. Your therapist may also ask questions to clarify what you have described. Over time you may then be able to reflect in depth on the issues and see them from a different perspective, which will be beneficial to your relationships and help you feel less stuck.
When you aren’t getting along with your partner, it can often feel very challenging. You both may have the same take on the nature of the difficulties, or you might have very different ideas. Whatever the situation, the therapist is there to listen and help you explore the substance underneath the initial problem that brings you in, so that eventually you can come to a richer understanding of what the issues are and how you might each move forward.
If you are having difficulties in your relationship, please contact us today.
Counselling and couple therapy can help people understand why their relationship is in distress or why they feel distant from their partner. It can clarify, for example, why both halves of a relationship might be feeling under stress or that the lines of communication have broken down.
The easiest way to book an appointment is online.
If you have any questions that you’d like to ask before going ahead with a counselling session, why not give us a call on 020 7380 1960, or alternatively get in touch with us using the form below.
You can also check out our frequently-asked questions, which cover most of the common things we’re asked.