Our work

Each project is cutting edge and innovative. We carefully co-create, test and evaluate with the people the projects are designed to assist to maximise effectiveness.

We take the most up-to-date knowledge and offer simple techniques to help people make the best of the relationships in their lives.

The range of partners we work with is a good indication of how improving relationships can assist to tackle many issues.

Depression and low mood: a guide for partners

When a person is experiencing depression and low mood, partners and family members are often forgotten about. Yet they are in the most powerful position to help.

Local family offer: tackling parental conflict

Evidence shows that when children are exposed to conflict between their parents, it affects their emotional, social and physical wellbeing. The local family offer is designed to tackle this conflict.

No Fault Divorce – Finding Fault

This is the first empirical study since the 1980s into how divorce law in England and Wales is operating. Following the completion of the report, the government launched a consultation into reforming divorce law.

Contact – Families with disabled children

Working with experts in supporting families with disabled children, Contact, we collaborated to provide relationship support for the whole family.

How to Argue Better – crowdfunding

How to argue better is our successful programme currently teaching practitioners to help parents. We wanted to make it better.

Relationship Realities: addictions

When couples and families are affected by drug and alcohol misuse, they live with acute worry that puts a strain on their relationships.

Debt and relationships

People don't really like talking about money, but money and debts in particular can cause a lot of distress to couple relationships. We wanted to take the taboo out of the conversation.

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