TCCR has teamed up with the law firm to help address the need to offer alternative ways to resolve disputes for families, so that litigation can be the last, not the first resort for the resolution of parental disagreements.
Parents as Partners Programme
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The Effectiveness of Couple Therapy
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Latest news and upcoming events at the Tavistock Relationships
Couples on the Borderline: A Mentalization-Based Approach - November 2014
This workshop will increase awareness of a Mentalization Based Treatment approach for couples whose thinking and emotional experiences become greatly disorganised particularly within an intimate couple attachment relationship. For more information click here
Our CEO Susanna Abse was delighted to welcome David Cameron to the Relationship Alliance Summit on 18 August 2014.
The Prime Minister revealed how a range of measures will focus on ‘helping new parents, supporting couples to stay together and addressing the underlying causes of family breakdown'.
We are pleased to announce that Nick Pearce is now our new Chair of Trustees. Nick, currently Director of the Institute for Public Policy, takes over from Dr Anton Obholzer, who has stepped down from the post after almost nine years of hard work for TCCR.
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This workshop will address the relevance of psychodynamic theory to our understanding of the role of therapy for sexual difficulties. Click here for more information
This book by David Hewison, Christopher Clulow & Harriet Drake highlights the particular techniques needed in effective work with distressed couples, and goes through the different ways in which the couple's feelings, thoughts, and behaviours need to be understood and worked with in order to reduce relationship distress. For more information and details on how to purchase the book please click here
This exciting new book from TCCR and the International Psychotherapy Institute in Washington is a comprehensive statement about psychoanalytic work with couples from an international perspective.
Drawing on collaborative video seminars between the two organisations, it outlines current theoretical debates and contemporary clinical practice.
TCCR publish two new Relationships Alliance briefings: What do couple relationships have to do with children’s academic achievements? and Couple relationships and health and wellbeing in later life. To view all TCCR policy briefing documents please click here.