Couple 50+ MOT -
This is a new brief couple intervention promoting resilience in couples during the transition to retirement, via face to face and online counselling. This innovative model aims to provide couples with the resources and thinking space to face the changes emerging from a future life together
How can Couple 50+ help you?
- Offering a safe space to begin to think about the transition to retirement
- Allowing you to address the issues emerging from facing this transition
- Supporting you to draw on your strengths and resources in working towards your future together
Who is it for?
If you and your partner are approaching retirement and would like to think about this and are aged 50 and over then this service is for you.
What’s involved if we join?
Once you have enrolled, you and your partner will meet with a therapist for an initial meeting lasting about an hour. If by the end of the initial meeting, we agree that this approach could be helpful, we will offer up tothree further meetings, You will also be asked to complete questionnaires at the start and end of the intervention.
Where do the sessions take place?
In London or online.
Can I access the service online?
Yes, if you can’t get to one of the locations where we offer face to face sessions you can apply to see one of our specialist therapists online from wherever you are; it is simple and convenient. We run the session using secure software and all you need is a laptop, PC or tablets with a webcam that fits the basic requirements. Hurry, as slots are limited. To make an online counselling booking contact us now via email: appointments
What is the cost?
Clients are assessed based on the ability to pay and the fee is agreed on a sliding scale between £70 to £180 .
If you think this service could be right for you or would like to find out more please get in touch with the Couple 50+ team by email or telephone.
Call: 0207 380 1969
What participants say about Couple 50+
“…having a defined time when my husband and I talked and he opened up about his childhood – I loved hearing that”
“…I enjoyed it a lot; it was sad it was ending, had wondered half way through if we had enough to talk about – but we did!”