Our approach focusses on strengths in your relationships, which may be under duress at this time, helping couples to recover or hold onto their resilience during this period of change and uncertainty.
Our aim is to provide couples with the thinking space they need to be able to face the challenges of working in demanding times, understand the stresses they are experiencing and mobilise their resources. Although the support provides up to five sessions, the benefits may be long-term.
Once an appointment has been made the couple will meet online with a therapist for an session lasting 50 minutes. Couples attending this service are offered up to five sessions with a therapist to explore how the current situation is affecting them and their relationship.
Couples attending this service are offered up to five sessions with a therapist to explore how the current situation is affecting them and their relationship.
All sessions are confidential and flexible. We offer early morning, daytime, evening or weekend sessions.
As part of the offer, you also get access to our relationship help app Between Us (see information below).
This is an NHS-funded programme.
Please see the latest report for details of the NHS Relationship Support Programme, we are proud of the work we have done to support NHS and Social Care staff. The report demonstrates the excellent outcomes we have achieved and highlights the experiences of staff who have benefited from the service.
The project is currently only available for health and social care staff who live or work within the areas of NWL, NEL in London via the relevant hub website. If you are within one of these two hubs and would like support, please contact your hub coordinator for a referral:
If you are experiencing difficulties in your life, for any reason, working together with you and your partner to address these issues can help. Seeking help is an important step towards improving things.
“Relationships are one of the most important aspects of our lives, yet we can often forget just how crucial our connections with other people are for our physical and mental health and wellbeing.”
The Mental Health Foundation