Tavistock Relationships’ Parents in Dispute (PiD) programme, which works with long-term separated families in entrenched conflict involving the family courts, is featured in the May 2018 version of the Ministry of Justice’s independent, externally peer-reviewed journal, the Family Justice Research Bulletin.
Parents as Partners Programme
Awarded the Highest Rating of all Interventions
The Effectiveness of Couple Therapy
Our study shows improvments in relationships and mental health
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How women’s overemployment and underemployment may contribute to their depression and low relationship satisfaction of their partners
Research conducted at Tavistock Relationships shows that women’s work-hours constraint (i.e. the discrepancy between desired and actual number of working hours), may contribute to women’s depression and low relationship satisfaction of their parents. The comparison of women who were overemployed (who worked longer hours than they wished), underemployed (who worked shorter hours than they wished) with those who were adequately employed (who worked as much as they wished), showed higher levels of depression in overemployed and underemployed compared to adequately employed.
Also, lower relationship satisfaction was found in partners of those who were saw themselves as working too many hours.
Tavistock Relationships thinks that greater attention should be paid by policy makers and employers to women’s work-hours constraint, particularly where women have infant children. 71% (out of the 928 surveyed) reported not being satisfied (i.e. being employed more or less hours than desired). Significantly, this group may be identified as being at increased risk of depression and having strained and discordant relationships with their partners.
You can read a paper about our work by clicking on the image here:
New title features content from organisations psychodynamic and pscyhoanalytic training and clinical staff, past and present
Aleksandra Novakovic and Marguerite Reid’s book Couple Stories: Application of Psychoanalytic Ideas in Thinking About Couple Interaction, is being officially ‘launched’ at an event at Tavistock Relationships.
Line-up to feature Baroness Tyler and Paul Burstow
The culmination of Tavistock Relationships’ 70th Anniversary Year celebrations, the Tavistock Relationships Autumn Conference, held this year at a special venue, Kings College on Friday 30th November, is gaining shape with the announcement of new speakers.
BACP’s magazine looks at our clinical and training model and explores what couple work is like
Leader of our psychodynamic training, Catriona Wrottesley has written a feature in Therapy Today, the official magazine of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
When helping with both anxiety and depression, couple based talking therapy is the most effective
Tavistock Relatonships' Mary Morgan and Damian McCann attended this event and were able to contribute to a fascinating 4 days.
Here we feature a report on the event by the organisers:
Leading charities and parliamentarians ask the Government to expand support so that all children affected by inter-parental conflict can receive support
Leading couple therapy charity announces programme of activities to celebrate seven decades of supporting couples and families
Event leads exciting programme to mark key anniversary of charity’s founding
Nov 30th 2018 will mark the high water mark of a year of activities for Tavistock Relationships, celebrating its creation in 1948 and the work of 7 decades supporting couples and families. The Tavistock Relationships Autumn conference will be held on this date at Kings College London, Strand Campus.
Children & Young People Now make our programme, helping couples with relationships and parenting, a winner in family category at 2017 ceremony.
Results demonstrate need for help such as our 'Over 50's MOT' programme.
A newly published survey found that one in five adults (20%) who retired in the last five years have admitted to finding it difficult, according to figures from a UK-wide survey.
#talkrelationships highlights the need to break the taboo about relationship help following YouGov survey results
Parents as Partners makes Children & Young People Now Awards 2017
shortlist for Family Support
Tavistock Relationships’ programme of work delivering help for couples with relationship and parenting challenges has been recognised through a nomination from the panel of a major annual awards in the children and families arena.
Project via partnership with relationship support sector and research bodies provides articles, signposted help for the public and practitioners
Visitors to the Tavistock Relationships website will benefit from an entire new section of content, which provides information and articles about the issues surrounding online infidelity.
Role of Social Media in Sexual Anxiety within Couples Analysed by Our Expert in Response to New Research
Marian O'Connor of Tavistock Relaitonships has been cited by leading 'tech' website Alphr, along with other third sector organisations and academics.
Parenting programme helped change couple’s relationship with each other and children
Our evidence based parenting and relationship programme, Parents as Partners, has been featured in the Hartlepool Mail, in the form of the story of a couple who attended a group, with heart warming results.
Key US Psychoanalytic lectures from Tavistock Relationship staff compiled to help trainees, couple psychotherapists, counsellors, marriage and family therapists