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Role of Social Media in Sexual Anxiety within Couples Analysed by Our Expert in Response to New Research.
CEO offers thoughts on family, parents and weddings from couple therapy viewpoint
Parenting programme helped change couple’s relationship with each other and children
Our evidence based parenting and relationship programme, Parents as Partners, has been featured in the Hartlepool Mail, in the form of the story of a couple who attended a group, with heart warming results.
Key US Psychoanalytic lectures from Tavistock Relationship staff compiled to help trainees, couple psychotherapists, counsellors, marriage and family therapists
New Course, Certificate in the Study of the Couple Relationship, provides expansion outside of London
Pictured above is CEO Andrew Balfour after he and Liz Salter (our Bristol-based Couple Psychotherapist) opened the first session of Tavistock Relationships’ new professional training qualification, which is being delivered in Bristol.
Accreditation welcomed by CEO Andrew Balfour as a 'major commitment to fairness'
Tavistock Relationships has been confirmed as a Living Wage employer, receiving certification from the Living Wage Foundation (LWF).
Practitioner training, couple therapy for depression and affordable relationship support amongst the key topics asked of new government
The Relationships Alliance, a group of relationship support charities consisting of Relate, OnePlusOne, Tavistock Relationships and Marriage Care, has just published a document outlining seven policy priorities that should be addressed by the elected government.
Tavistock Relationships’ staff visit Europe & China to talk about and teach relationship skills and psychotherapy.
The last few weeks have seen a number of important activities by our faculty members, touring three key international events, seeking and participating in professional exchanges designed to raise the awareness of couple therapy methods and techniques.
CEO Andrew Balfour examines the potential implications for divorce and separation in the UK
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