Tavistock Relationships has developed a number of partnerships with a range of organisations in order to bring together a variety of skills and expertise and help us to achieve our aims.
We work with other relationship support charities as part of the Relationships Alliance, with professional counselling and psychotherapy associations and with private companies to share our resources and increase our impact on improving couples', families' and society's relationships and well-being.
Current Funded Projects (Government)
New mental health centre venture
In July 2019 we were awarded a contract to run a mental health centre offering affordable couples therapy, indiivdual mental health support and group therapy under contract from the Corporation of London. Read more here.
Reducing the impact of inter-parental conflict on children in families affected by alcohol dependence (DWP)
Tavistock Relationships, Adfam and One Plus One have been funded by the Department of Health to deliver free training to frontline practitioners working in areas accross England.
Funding has also been made available to develop new digital resources to support the work of practitioners attending these trainings and also for the parents who are affected.
Our Masters professional trainings are validated by UEL
Our PG/DIP Masters is accredited by the BACP, of which we are an organisational member.
British Psychoanalytic Council accredit our MA in Couple Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and we are members.
The Relationships Alliance, a consortium comprising Relate, Marriage Care, One Plus One and Tavistock Relationships, exists to ensure that good quality personal and social relationships are more widely acknowledged as central to our health and wellbeing.
To download the Alliance's manifesto, recently presented at the House of Commons, outlining 12 recommendations to UK policy-makers on how to improve the nation's relationships, click here
Mishcon de Reya
International law firm Mishcon de Reya and Tavistock Relationships are working together in an initiative designed to reduce litigation over the children of separating couples. As part of the initiative parents will be offered an alternative dispute resolution, in the form of therapeutic remedies, so that litigation is no longer the first choice for the resolution of parental disagreements.
Some of our recent colaborations
Tavistock Relationships has teamed up with Family Action, a charity that provides practical, financial and emotional support to families across the UK, to deliver the innovative Parents as Partners programme. To supplement the delivery of the group work sessions, led by Tavistock Relationships-trained facilitators, Family Action offers family casework support to couples participating in the programme.