We recently spoke with Professor Sue Dyson about respectful relationships education, and its role in preventing domestic and family violence.
This paper reviews the evidence for the effectiveness of counselling and psychotherapy, and outlines the factors that contribute to its success
Intimate partner violence in lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex and queer communities: Key issues
Outlines the issues around intimate partner violence in LGBTIQ communities and describes implications for practice
Relationship standards and communication in intercultural couples: Implications for couple education and counselling
What do relationship educators and therapists need to understand about intercultural couple relationships in order to provide appropriate services?
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.