10-11 New Street
70 Warren Street
Tavistock Relationships is a centre of excellence for psychodynamic relationship therapy. Our approach is grounded in psychoanalytic theory and we have been developing this way of working for more than 60 years. At the sessions your therapist will explore the issues that are concerning you and they will, over a period of time, try and understand what these issues mean and how they might relate to other events in your life. We believe couples often use the relationship to work things through that have been painful or traumatic in the past. Although relationships can be very challenging, they can also be healing.
At Tavistock Relationships we aim to help you get your relationship back on track so that it can be a partnership from which you can both grow and develop. On the whole, Tavistock Relationships therapists don’t give homework or instructions on how you should behave with each other - we have found that our way of working helps couples to make lasting change rather than offering just a quick fix.
Training, qualifications & experience
Our team of professional counsellors are trained to work with people either together or on their own, who are troubled about a relationship problem. Our relationship counsellors help people think about their relationships and resolve some of the conflicts and tensions. We recognise that everyone is unique and our counsellors respond in an individual way to each relationship.
Tavistock Relationships is a centre of excellence for accredited training and research in couple relationships. As part of our commitment to professional development you may be seen by a trainee working under specialist supervision.
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Accredited register membership
Areas of counselling we deal with
- Child related issues
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Family issues
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
Other areas of counselling we deal with
- Relationship Counselling
- Couple Psychotherapy
- Parenting Together
- Services for Separating & Divorce
- Psychosexual Therapy
- Parents as Partners Programme
- 02/11/18 - Tavistock Relationships open evening: Introduction to Couple Counselling and Psychotherapy
- 09/11/18 - Working with gender and sexual diversity: the individual and couple in transition
- 20/11/18 - Working with the couple relationship through the adoption process
- 22/11/18 - CAMHS study day - when is it our business? Understanding/working with inter-parental couple conflict
- 30/11/18 - Conference - when we talk about love: celebrating the first 70 years of Tavistock Relationships
- 07/12/18 - Impact of the internet on the couple and the individual: social media, online gaming and pornography
- 25/01/19 - Inhabiting life in later years: How to work clinically with ageing and dementia
- 02/02/19 - When hope is lost: the impact of perinatal loss, infertility and IVF on the couple and the family
- 02/03/19 - In pursuit of the truth: questions of authenticity with ‘false self’ couples and individuals
You will be charged according to your income on a sliding scale. Our service is unique as there is no minimum fee and we aim to see everyone whatever their financial circumstances. Your fees will be negotiated at the first appointment.
“I would like to thank Tavistock Relationships for helping me during a challenging time in our lives. The quality therapy we have received from our counsellor has enabled us to grow and we have found the experience to be invaluable. We realise Tavistock Relationships is a charity and appreciate how generous your organization has been to us. The counsellor we saw was brilliant and an asset to your organization. Thank you for everything. You guys rock!”
“I felt I was going around in circles with my partner and now I feel like we are moving forward. I feel acknowledged and heard due to having another person with us during challenging discussions. I felt that our therapist was able to create a comfortable, safe and honest space very easily and I appreciated her involvement and reflections. I have cherished the opportunity to have a regular time to truly connect and communicate with my partner and will miss it!”
“It was very useful to have a ‘neutral’ space and counsellor guidance in addressing issues in my relationship with my partner. The sessions allowed us to navigate through various aspects of the relationship that needed to be aired and understood.”
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