Articles from our staff providing helpful insights into relationship issues

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Interview with our parenting and relationship expert who is part of the offer FREE support for Londoners in 7 boroughs.

Together or separated couples in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Camden, Hammersmith & Fulham, Croydon, Brent and Lambeth (as well as others in the northern Home Counties) can access free relationship and parenting support. John Fenna, of Tavistock Relationships, spoke with Alice Hargreaves, Relationship & Parenting Practitioner working on Tavistock Relationships’ ‘Building Relationships for Stronger Families’ programme, to gather some tips for parenting during lock down.

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Alice Hargreaves, Relationship & Parenting Practitioner with Tavistock Relationships

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Kate Thompson - a couple psychoanalytic psychotherapist, faculty staff member and clinical lecturer at Tavistock Relationships. 

In these times couples therapy has moved online to make us feel there is someone outside who can help.

Why our FREE parenting and relationship offer is so helpful for Londoners in 7 boroughs.

Together or separated couples in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Camden, Hammersmith & Fulham, Croydon, Brent and Lambeth can access free relationship and parenting support currently, here we explain why seeking help to reduce arguments with your partner can improve not only your wellbeing, but your children's.

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Alice Hargreaves, Relationship & Parenting Practitioner with Tavistock Relationships

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John Fenna - summarises from a couple counselling perspective, taken from an interview given on BBC Radio with one of our psychotherapists. 

Post festive relationship blues – how and why this occurs and what you can do.

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By Naomi Mwamba, Family and Parenting Practitioner, Reducing Parental Conflict Programme

Tavistock Relationships’ Naomi Mwamba lists aspects of couple commitment that you may want to give some thought to, before you say ‘I do’.

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Our experience also shows that specialist teacher training is required, as relationship issues are a key concern for children

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By John Fenna

From September 2020, RSE will be compulsory in secondary schools and Relationship Education will be compulsory in all primary schools. The aim is to put in place the building blocks needed for positive and safe relationships of all kinds.

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