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Annual Review 2014

Infographic showing 15694 clients seen by Relationships Scotland in 2014

In the last year the Relationships Scotland Network received over 30,000 calls from people across the country, an increase of 50% from the year before. Many went on to receive face-to-face support through relationship counselling, family mediation, child contact services and many other forms of related family support, whilst others will have received information, advice and referrals…

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Our child contact centre projects secure £1.5m Lottery funding


Projects supporting Scottish families through the toughest of times, including conflict and relationship breakdown, are to expand their services thanks to over £1.5 million from the Big Lottery Fund. Today’s total of £1,574,143 goes to five organisations supporting child contact centres in different parts of the country. • Relationships Scotland Orkney • Relationships Scotland Borders…

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Annual Review 2013

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Our 2013 Annual Review is now available to read online, simply click above to view full-screen. You can also download a PDF copy of the 2013 Annual Review.

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We’re looking for a volunteer blog editor

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Our current volunteer blog editor Nicola is leaving us to concentrate on her new future as a counsellor, we’d like to wish her the very best. As Nicola is leaving, someone has the amazing opportunity to take over and shape the Relationships Scotland blog. We have a wide range of people blogging for us, from…

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Coaching for people going through separation and divorce

This is a guest post by Marta Muranyi, practice manager of Relationships Scotland Family Mediation Tayside and Fife. A new service that aims to provide support to people experiencing difficulties arising from separation or divorce has been launched in Dundee. Relationships Scotland Family Mediation Tayside and Fife is now offering divorce and separation coaching, in…

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Finding the right service for you [Infographic]

Relationships Scotland Service Finder Infographic

We’re aware that it can sometimes be a daunting task getting to grips with the professional help that’s available to couples and families. We’ve been working hard with the lovely design team at The Fourth Craw to put together an infographic to help you understand the wide range of counselling, mediation and family support that’s…

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Sonya Murray

Sonya Murray

I am Sonya Murray, a mum of three, enjoying the daily juggle of life/work/parenting. I also have a dog called Max who is a very big labradoodle … a bit crazy, but good fun. My background is in midwifery and adult education with experience ranging from fertility to parenting. I am also director of the…

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Chief Executive – Stuart Valentine

For the past 4 years I have been the Chief Executive of Relationships Scotland, having previously been the Chief Executive of Glasgow City Mission, a charity working with homeless people in Glasgow. I live in Edinburgh with my wife Carolyn and 4 year old son Harry. I will be using this blog to reflect on the…

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Our new website is live

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The old Relationships Scotland website is no more and here is our brand new website with its massive focus on being social. We now have regular video content, blogs from our staff and Scottish parents plus live streams from all our social media channels. Our new site will act as the hub for all our online activity,…

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