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5 Questions to ask before choosing a Relationship Counsellor
Are they trained to work with relationships? Entrusting yourself and your relationship to relationship counselling can seem daunting especially when there are so many different forms of counselling available. The first thing you need to ask a counsellor is about their training in relationship work. Relationships Scotland runs fully accredited and validated courses for those…
Developing our Cultural Competence
Tony Buon is facilitating a training day for Relationships Scotland family mediators on Friday 20 January, during Family Mediation week, to emphasise the importance of cultural intelligence (CI) in mediation. Family mediators work with parents from many different cultures and they understand different ways of communicating. This CPD event will encourage mediators to develop…
For the Sake of the Children – How to reach agreements about the future care of your children after separation or divorce.
Adapted from an article first published in the Scotsman, 17 Jan 2023 Family mediators are here to find the best way forward for parents and children Making decisions as parents can be tricky at the best of times, but when you are living separately from your child’s other parent it can be even more…