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The Effectiveness of Couple Therapy
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Latest news and upcoming events at the Tavistock Relationships
New series of video lectures showcases leading couples psychoanalytic thinking in a fresh format
Patsy Faure talks about teaching, couples therapy as a career in leading woman's title
On 7th May 2019 we moved from our Warren Street site to new premises on Hallam Street:
Hallam House, 56-60 Hallam St. W1W 6JL.
An extract released from our book, Engaging Couples, talking about our approach to couples therapy
by Andrew Balfour and Mary Morgan
You can read here an exclusive excerpt from our 70th Anniversary book Engaging Couples: New Directions in Therapeutic work with Families that lays out how we approach the technique of helping couples with our therapy.
Why psychosexual training courses are becoming increasingly popular
A blog by Marian O'Connor
Last week I was interviewed by a student journalist whom I will call Amani. She and her fellow students had been assigned a project on ‘The most interesting jobs’ and my job as a sex therapist, along with rocket scientist, brain surgeon and hand model, was on the list.
Career Matters magazine interviews one of our couple counsellors
Each January the leading jobs magazine Career Matters publishes a series of pieces examining, from point of view of a professional, what their work is like and how they qualified.
In this months issue, there is a full interview with our couple therapist David Smith (name changed for anonymity). David talks about his study with Tavistock Relationships and his work here.
Also, it explores the potential earnings of Couple Therapists in London today, which can reach as high as £200 per session. There is also a brief history of couple therapy practice and training in the UK.
You can read it by clicking on the icon below:
You can read about our trainings and course options here.
Tavistock Relationships’ Anniversary Conference includes leading figures from psychotherapy, health, social policy, literature, and media
How fresh and innovative approaches to many human conditions can challenge ‘silo’ thinking and practice.
After more than 70 years of the ‘Tavistock approach’ to psychotherapeutic work with couples, what does it mean to claim to offer ‘new directions’? Over this time, the organisation has contributed to the conceptual, clinical, and technical development of couple psychoanalytic psychotherapy, advancing the evolution of the field. What, though, makes this our approach any different from the scores of others on psychotherapy that you might invest your time in exploring? Why be interested in ‘engaging couples’?
PP Now hears about research and Dementia programme.
Tavistock Relationships provided two speakers at the British Psychoanalytic Councils annual conference. CEO Andrew Balfour and Head of Research Dr David Hewison gave two presentations at the event.
Couple psychoanlaytic, psychodyamic and counselling training and clinical approaches explored byTavistock Relationship experts.
Work launched at 70th Anniversary event in London
Author Mary Morgan gets enthusuastic reviews for the work.
A Couple State of Mind, Psychoanalysis of Couples and the Tavistock Relationships Model, the new book by Mary Morgan, our Reader in Couple Psychoanalysis, has been published by Routledge.
Our therapist Joanna Harrison offers a therapist's view on the legal discussion surrounding no fault divorce in this recent article for Resolution legal magazine.
How to make a living from a career in counselling
We talked to Olivia Luna, a former student of ours, about how her couple counselling qualification journey resulted in her setting up her own practice in London, Talking is Good.
My journey into private practice has been great. I would say that this organisation helped with making the transition into a new career in counselling. This is vital as it can be quite daunting starting a new career and looking at years of study, so I am glad to be able to tell my story and I hope it helps people ‘fill in the gaps’ between wanting to work with couples and making a living out of it.