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Tavistock Relationships is a values-led organisation. All of our staff and volunteers share our commitment to promote and safeguard couples, families’ and society’s relationships.

We are looking for staff and volunteers who share our values and vision. If you would like to join our team and make a difference to the lives of couples and families across the country, take a look at our current vacancies.

Tavistock Relationships offers a wide range of staff benefits to promote a healthy work-life balance. Click here for more information on the benefits we can provide.

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Current Vacancies:


Research Intern (paid)

London, W1 (currently working remotely)

We are looking for up to two psychology graduates to join the research team at Tavistock Relationships.

Tavistock Relationships is a centre of excellence in training, therapy and practice-based research and encompasses a number of interesting clinically-based projects, as well as a busy clinical service. We would offer the right candidates an opportunity to work alongside clinical psychologists, researchers and therapists involved in Tavistock Relationships’ wide range of therapy services and intervention projects. Also, the successful candidates will receive regular guidance and feedback on their work to assist them in gaining the most of the opportunities afforded by the internship in terms of their professional development and long-term career aspirations.

This paid position is on the basis of one day per week (7.5 working hours at £10.84 per hour) commencing in October 2020 and ending in July 2021, and would suit someone who is considering a career path combining research with clinical work. It will require some basic knowledge of clinical psychology, statistics, computer literacy, and willingness to learn. We are proud to say that our previous interns were successful in obtaining places on clinical doctorate programmes and postgraduate research degree programmes in renowned universities.

For further details, please see the role description and person specification.

Please submit your application form to Dr Xinmiao Zhong, Research Assistant, at by 5pm on Friday 4th September 2020.

Interviews will likely take place in late September.



Research Intern Role Description and Person Specification

Application Form

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