Welcome to the new professional home for graduates from Tavistock Relationships' trainings and esteemed colleagues!
The British Society of Couple Psychotherapists and Counsellors is passing its functions over to Tavistock Relationships. This page is a holding page and further information about the new professional home will be posted soon.
If you are seeking counselling or therapy please go here
June 7th 7.45 for 8.15pm
Brett Kahr will speak on 'Conjugal Aneurysms and Erotic Tumours: the hidden roots of marital explosions'.
July 5th 7.45 for 8.15pm
Julie Humphries, Krisztina Glausius and Martha Nyman will speak on 'Working with Couples who Adopt'
Under the Magnifying Glass
Topics for Discussion are:
Monday 20th June 2016 8.15pm (Warren Street)
Do we need a theory (or theories) of gender difference for couple work?
i.e. are men different form women, either as patients, partners or therapists?
Monday 18th July 2016 8.15pm (Warren Street)
How do we assess our clients/patients for risks?
What situations can arise resulting in the decision not to embark or continue the therapy, and how do we best manage this?
Qualifying Paper Discussion
Tuesday June 21st 12.45pm (Warren Street)
Dulce Merritt will discuss her Qualifying Paper 'When intercourse is impossible: relating in the autistic/contiguous mode'.
(The paper is available to read before the meeting within a Tavistock Relationships building: from Heather Williamson in Warren St or the Receptionist in New St.)
There is a possibility of another film night on July 1st 6-9pm (Warren Street).
‘Couple and Family Psychoanalysis’ will continue to be published twice a year covering clinical, theoretical and research articles from an international authorship. Details are here
There is no change in BSCPC members’ professional accreditation or registration as a result of this move.
You’ll find names of members in the professiona/ accrediting registers of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists, the British Psychoanalytic Council, the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy as appropriate, as well as in the Professional Standards Authority register.
IAPT Couple Therapy for Depression
The list of NHS and other therapists and supervisors working in Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Services who have successfully completed Tavistock Relationships' accredited trainings in Couple Therapy for Depression has moved here