Our new offer - Spring 2022
Programmes for local authorities that can be funded using money from the DWP Workforce Development Grant
We offer training and consultancy for local authority and other staff who work with families to help them deliver specialist, evidence-based interventions to reduce parental conflict.
Partner with us to deliver:
This work is designed to be delivered using the Workforce Development Grant from the DWP. Email our programme lead Sarah Ingram to
Each option below contains a programme description, videos and prices. A pdf download is available upon clicking each one:
We have worked closely with Tavistock Relationships as a cluster group of 4 Authority areas to develop a range of training for practitioners to equip them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to reduce parental conflict. Working with Tavistock we have found them to be very understanding of our needs and very flexible in their approach to ensure the best training opportunities to practitioners across our region.
Multi-Agency Training Manager (SSCP) Somerset Safeguarding Children Partnership
Tavistock Relationships has a long history of training and programme development in the reducing parental conflict space.
We are the prime contractor and delivery partner in two of the four areas in which the highly successful Reducing Parental Conflict programme is being run.
Our unique offer is born out of direct experience delivering support to parents in conflict in around 30 local authorities over the last four years.
How Mentalization-Based Therapy for Parents is improving couple communication, reducing parental conflict and increasing child wellbeing. Read our evidence based policy briefing here.
Download our brochure and learn about our Reducing Parental Conflict programme.
Contact Honor Rhodes, OBE,
Director of Strategy and Development.
Contact Sarah Ingram,
Deputy Director, Strategy and Development.
Contact William Walker,
Head of RPC Programmes and Development.
Contact Ben Collins,
Tavistock Relationships Consultant.
"I absolutely loved supporting the parents think about better ways to cope with emotions, such as when they focused on their breathing technique and did some mindfulness exercises.”
Further your knowledge and understanding of relationship quality and how it impacts parenting, children and society. This course provides webinars, tutoring groups and other learning opportunities to enhance your practice in family relationships work.