A review of the research on the effectiveness of relationship education and counselling
Dr Hayley Fisher explores the interaction between institutional support, repartnering and the economic impact of relationship breakdown.
Linden Green – Senior Manager, Clinical Services at Interrelate – discusses ways to bring the relationship into focus when working with couples.
This webinar outlined findings of recent research into lasting couple relationships, and discussed the implications for practice.
In the first article in our Strong couple relationships series, Cathy Dixon describes the benefits of marriage and relationship education programs.
Reviews recent research findings into couples in long-term relationships (married and de facto) that provide insight into the couple relationship.
Throughout June 2014 CFCA released a range of resources that focused on strong couple relationships.
Up to 80% of Australian practitioners have counseled clients who have concerns about the impact of digital communications tools on their relationships.
Articles include: communication with young people in a family services setting; investigating gender differences in romantic relationships
Strengthening and repairing relationships: Addressing forgiveness and sacrifice in couples education and counselling
Examines the role of pro-relationship behaviours, specifically forgiveness and sacrifice, in repairing and maintaining couple relationships.