Family, Individual, Children, Teenagers and Couple Counselling


Using family mediation –

Living together and breaking up –

Divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership –

Families Change: Telling the Children –

Resolution: Divorce and Separation – together-Your options for separation and divorce.pdf


Divorce and finances –

Money Advice Service- or call 0300 500 5000

Financial Needs: Family Justice Council –


Divorce and pensions –

Pension Advisory Service –…

Resolution: Treatment of pensions on divorce –

Child Maintenance

Child Maintenance –

Government website for calculating –

Child Arrangements

Child arrangements –

Child Contact Centres and Services –

For Parents

Book: ‘Parenting Apart’ by Christina McGhee, Vermilion London 2011

Book: ‘How to talk so kids will listen & listen so ids will talk’ by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish, Piccadilly Press 2013

Getting it right for children –

Resolution: Putting your children first –

Separated Parents Information Programme. CAFCAS link to finding an SPIP in your area –

Resolution: helping parents to help children –

The Centre for Separated Families –

Kids Come First: Separated Parent Support and Training Workshops –  email

The Parent Connection – Parenting After Parting –

The Parent Connection – Children and Separation: a Guide for Parents

For Dads –

For Mums –

Gingerbread: Support for single parent families – or call 0808 802 0925

For Children

How to manage your parents’ separation –

Voices in the Middle; for young people  –

Families Change; for teens –

Families Change; for 6 to 12 years –

Domestic Abuse Victims – Women

Women’s Aid: female victims – or call 0808 2000 24724

Respect –

Domestic Abuse Victims – Men

Mankind Initiative; male victims –

Respect; work with male victims and perpetrators – or call 0203 5596650

Domestic Abuse Perpetrators

Ahimsa[1] – or call 01752 213535

Respect: work with male perpetrators and victims to prevent abuse – or

[1]  According to Google the term Ahimsa is an important spiritual doctrine shared by Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. It literally means ‘non-injury’ and ‘non-killing’. It implies the total avoidance of harming of any kind of living creatures not only by deeds, but also by words and in thoughts.

Other Useful Information

Form e: how to fill it out –

Divorce without a lawyer –

See it Differently: videos of 4 families learning to see it differently –