We are open to help individuals, couples and families online,
Read our COVID-19 statement to find out how you can access our support during the pandemic
We offer a consultation service to support you in going through this process, overcoming the emotional difficulties associated with it and developing the confidence to rebuild your life.
Currently, during the COVID-19 we are open for Online Therapy via webcam only. This works in the same way, and you can book here.
How it works
The Separation and Divorce Service is for couples or individuals prior to, during, or following separation, divorce, or civil partnership dissolution. This service is aimed at couples or individuals.
The service offers a focused opportunity to think about your individual situation. The aim is to help both individuals and couples think about their current struggles with the overall aim of fostering development for all concerned. You will see one of our experienced couple psychotherapists or relationship coun-sellors who specialise in this area. The service is not mediation.
How can the Separation and Divorce service help?
The reasons for separating, divorcing or dissolving a civil partnership are many, and the process itself can be painful and complicated. Our experience suggests that when facing such a crisis people can be helped by an opportunity to make sense of their emotional state.
Watch a video from our expert Avi Shmueli about what to expect:
Fees for the Separation and Divorce service
The fee for ongoing sessions will be discussed and agreed on a sliding scale according to means at a range of £70 to £200. The initial consultation is longer, one hour and 15 minutes, and the fee is usually higher than agreed for ongoing sessions.
Tavistock Relationships and Fitzrovia Youth in Action have been funded by BBC Children in Need to deliver therapeutic support to parents involved in disputes and also a peer mentoring to the children of those parents. The project aims to help improve outcomes for children, via a combination of these two elements.
You can read more here