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Run by The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships and Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass) and funded by The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), the Parents in Dispute (PiD) programme targeted long-term separated families in entrenched conflict which involved the family courts.

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Our What Works in Relationship Support: Evidence Review, was published in July 2015, sets out what we know about the most efficacious practice in supporting couples. 

The evidence reported in this review is the product of a great many years’ worth of research and practice.

You can read about it here or You can download a pdf version here.

If you are interested in more information about the evidence review or TCCR’s clinical services contact:

Richard Meier, Policy and Communications Manager, rmeier@tccr.org.uk

For press enquiries contact:

John Fenna, Head of Marketing & Communications, jfenna@tccr.org.uk

A drop in the ocean: couple therapy for depression in IAPT

Report from an investigation carried out by the Tavistock Relationships on the availability of couple therapy for depression in IAPT services.

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A toolkit to help local relationship support managers, relationship educators and counsellors understand the changes in the NHS and the public health sector

The Relationships Alliance has published a toolkit to help local relationship support managers, relationship educators and counsellors understand the changes in the NHS and the public health sector. By understanding the changes, the key forums to link with and the opportunities that the changes will bring for a more holistic approach to people’s health and wellbeing, local relationships support providers will be able to more effectively promote their services.

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Tavistock Relationships' couple therapy services are cost-effective, according to this report from nef consulting into the sociol-economic impact of Tavistock Relationships' services. It estimates that they deliver benefits to the State of around £1,900,400 over a five to ten year period. Based on the total cost of delivering the services, this represents a value of nearly four and a half times the initial investment of £415,100 or £4.58 for every £1 invested.

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