Read about how work at Tavistock Relationships is making the news.
by Andrew Balfour and Mary Morgan
You can read here an exclusive excerpt from our 70th Anniversary book 'Engaging Couples: New Directions in Therapeutic work with Families' that lays out how we approach the technique of helping couples with our therapy.
Why psychosexual training courses are becoming increasingly popular.
by Marian O'Connor
Career Matters magazine interviews one of our couple counsellors.
Tavistock Relationships’ Anniversary Conference includes leading figures from psychotherapy, health, social policy, literature, and media.
How fresh and innovative approaches to many human conditions can challenge ‘silo’ thinking and practice.
PP Now hears about research and Dementia programme.
Couple psychoanlaytic, psychodyamic and counselling training and clinical approaches explored byTavistock Relationship experts.
Work launched at 70th Anniversary event in London
Author Mary Morgan gets enthusuastic reviews for the work.
'A Couple State of Mind, Psychoanalysis of Couples and the Tavistock Relationships Model', the new book by Mary Morgan, our Reader in Couple Psychoanalysis, has been published by Routledge.
Our therapist Joanna Harrison offers a therapist's view on the legal discussion surrounding no fault divorce in this recent article for 'Resolution' legal magazine.
Joanna Harrison, visiting clinican working on our general service, features in the 'Parent Hood' podcast, talking to Marina Fogle, founder of the Bump Class.