We are looking for parents in same sex parenting relationships to take part in a focus group to support the development of a new resource.
After 46 years of Penny's invaluable commitment to OnePlusOne, we're wishing Penny a very happy retirement.
Join us for our live webinar on Wednesday 9 March, where we reveal what we have learned from our Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) work
OnePlusOne is looking for a new finance trustee to join its board as the charity shifts into a new phase
Jack’s Dominian's daughters Suzanne and Louise reflect on the early years of the organisation that their father founded
A guest blog by Catherine Hine, CEO of Fastn, about the part we play in prioritising relationships in our schools
Parents and practitioners will soon have access to a new package of training and online resources designed to reduce parental conflict.
This year shines a spotlight on the close link between alcohol use and relationship function, reinforcing the importance of early support.
As we celebrate our 50th anniversary this year we want to take Trustees’ Week as an opportunity to publicly thank all our trustees.
While the way in which relationship support is sought – and delivered – may have changed over the decades, the demand is strong as ever.
Eleni Boy from the Race Equality Foundation joined us to talk about their new toolkit – what it is and how it could help people.
One of our patrons, Dame Judi Dench, recently talked about OnePlusOne and why our work continues to matter.
Families in Wales are set to be given more support through challenging times. We'd like to tell you about our role in that.
With the launch of our new report on blended practice, we take a look at how digital technologies have changed the game for families
We have teamed up with Parents 1st UK to raise awareness of “Just the one? Avoiding alcohol in pregnancy” – a free online course.
As The Parents Promise gets launched today, we'd like to tell you all about it, and why it matters to parents.
Emily Redmond from Good Things Foundation discusses the growing importance of accessible, online support.
Ian Soars, CEO of website DAD.info talks about their recent survey and what the results say about parental conflict resolution.
Our co-director joined the Recruit for Spouses podcast this week to talk about the art of having difficult but constructive conversations.
This week (1-7 February 2021) is Children’s Mental Health Week. Organised by the charity Place2Be, this year’s theme is Express Yourself.
However it works and however it looks, the future for blended practice is bright. Even in the dim lighting of 2020.
We'd like to take a moment to tell you about the #SortItOut campaign, and why we're backing it at OnePlusOne.
We look at how one local authority is making use of our ‘Me, You and Baby Too’ course to support parents in its community.
On Wednesday 2 December 2020, we're hosting our first online event to showcase our Me, You and Baby Too programme.
The difficult part about dispute resolution is knowing when both parties are ready for it. That's where emotional readiness comes in.
We worked with Brighton & Hove to create simple but effective messages about parental relationships – on printed cards.
Joining forces with the Good Things Foundation for a second time, we've updated our resource for parents in conflict.
Building on the success of Me, You and Baby Too, we've created two new animations to enhance the resource.
Presenting our new guide for frontline practitioners to support parents that use alcohol as a way of coping with stress.
Penny (co-director) shares her thoughts on why relationships matter, and why they matter now more than ever.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of a new chair and members to our board of trustees – Ruth Kennedy.
A brand new guide to help practitioners support parents who are having a baby, or have recently had one.
A short statement from our co-director, Penny Mansfield (CBE), about the second reading on 8th June 2020.
Today, schools open their gates for the first time since the Covid-19 lockdown began on 20 March 20th. But things are different now.
In the fourth of our series the impact of Covid-19 on our lives, we take a closer look at grief and how different people cope.
The Relationships Alliance has come together to share the range of support available to people during these challenging times.
Parents will be returning to homeschooling after the Easter break. It’s leaving many asking the question, ‘How will we cope?’
The Relationships Alliance: a collective of four leading charities with experience in helping to support and strengthen relationships.
In the second of a series of articles designed to help people get through this time, we're looking at how couples can cope – together.
We are offering helpful tips ranging from how to manage feelings of isolation, to how to argue better when tensions rise in the home.
OnePlusOne have practiced remote working for several years. If you're considering doing the same, here's what we've learned so far.
This is a message from the team about Coronavirus – how we are responding to it, and what we're doing for everyone at home.
We are backing a new podcast by law firm Withersworldwide to promote the importance of developing the skills to argue better.
The Local Family Offer was a pilot scheme to work with 12 local authorities to improve adult relationships and child outcomes.
Read what our Director, Penny Mansfield CBE says about our new project for parents and her decades of experience of this work.
OnePlusOne research published with the internationally renown, Association of Family & Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Family Court Review.
Information about wonderful founder, Dr Jack Dominian MBE, including national newspaper coverage of his obituaries.