TCCR publish two new Relationships Alliance briefings: What do couple relationships have to do with children’s academic achievements? and Couple relationships and health and wellbeing in later life. To view all TCCR policy briefing documents please click here.
On 14th October, The Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships opened the doors to a brand new premises in the city only 1 minute walk from Liverpool Street stations. We will offer our specialist counselling and therapy services from this new site. For more information and to book an appointment click here
TCCR publishes its findings from a freedom of information request, and mystery shopping exercise, into IAPT services showing that just 1 in every 161 sessions at Step 3/high intensity level is of couple therapy for depression. Click here for the press release and here for the report.Read more
The Department of Work and Pensions has selected the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships (TCCR), partnering with the London Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (CAFCASS), to deliver a new project that will offer free therapeutic services for parents caught up in intractable conflict and endless litigation.
When mistakes are handled well the therapeutic relationship is often strengthened. Psychoanalyst Patrick Casement, author of ‘Learning from Our Mistakes’ joins three couple psychotherapists in thinking about mistakes. To find out more and register for this study day, click here
This exciting new book from TCCR and the International Psychotherapy Institute in Washington is a comprehensive statement about psychoanalytic work with couples from an international perspective.
Drawing on collaborative video seminars between the two organisations, it outlines current theoretical debates and contemporary clinical practice.Read more