Robyn Parker is Senior Manager, Research and Evaluation at Interrelate Family Services, NSW.
This webinar was held on 19 June 2014.
A good deal of research about how couples can maintain a healthy, stable relationship is undertaken with younger, recently-married couples. This raises questions about whether studies of these couples can be generalised to those who have been together for much longer periods.
Recent advances in analytic methods and the availability of access to couples from past studies have offered new opportunities to examine the characteristics of long-married couples and their relationships.
In this webinar, Robyn Parker and Rosalie Pattenden outlined some of the findings of this recent research, and discussed the implications for practice.