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Tavistock Relationships’ Parents in Dispute (PiD) programme, which works with long-term separated families in entrenched conflict involving the family courts, is featured in the May 2018 version of the Ministry of Justice’s independent, externally peer-reviewed journal, the 'Family Justice Research Bulletin'.
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Line-up to feature Baroness Tyler and Paul Burstow.
BACP’s magazine looks at our clinical and training model and explores what couple work is like.
When helping with both anxiety and depression, couple based talking therapy is the most effective.
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