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Searching for meaning and understanding – Encouraging couples to collaborate not conquer.

Jenny Sanbrook, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker One of the more challenging aspects of working with more than one person in the room is the need for structure, particularly in the case of highly conflictual couples.  When this is not achieved, a significant amount of time can be spent in session with both partners trying to […]

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Legal considerations when working with Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). Working with ADVO’s, changes to the law and Subpoenas.

Jenny SanbrookAccredited Mental Health Social Worker Certified Gottman Therapist In this article I give a brief summary on some of the changes to the law around Intimate Partner Violence and what you need to know regarding documentation and ADVO’s. (NB: The terms IPV and DV can be used Interchangeably – IPV is a more recent

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Can Psychodynamic and Behavioural Couples Therapy Co-Exist,  Or Must We Choose?

Jenny SanbrookAccredited Mental Health Social Worker Certified Gottman Therapist s a therapist seeing individuals and couples I balance theory and techniques based on a clients needs and presentation, trying not to rigidly adhere to one or the other.  I often find models are described as being at odds with each other requiring a therapist to

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