At FLiP we take a unique approach to family law. We combine the exceptional expertise of our lawyers, mediators and arbitrators with the support of our in-house counsellors and family consultants to offer insight and understanding which is second to none.
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We have a team of in-house counsellors with a wealth of experience in helping couples improve their relationships, whether they are together or separating or separated. Our team offer a place to reflect on relationship issues in a confidential and stigma-free way.
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Our counsellors can work with you and/or your partner at any time and can cover any topic, including:
Counselling – pre marriage preparation sessions
When couples are preparing to get married, they can often want a safe space to be able to think and talk together about different aspects of this forthcoming change. We don’t offer a formal marriage preparation course as such but instead we offer a bespoke service whereby we can think and talk with couples about the issues that they want to focus on. This may be to check in on shared expectations, to air concerns, to discuss differences, or to have a space in which to reflect on the meaning of getting married.
Counselling – pre nuptial and post nuptial agreements
Our counsellors can provide assistance to couples who are embarking on a pre-nuptial or a post-nuptial agreement (whether or not with one of the lawyers at FLiP). Their sessions can work well alongside the legal process, particularly when entering into a pre-nuptial or a post-nuptial agreement might stir up difficult feelings.
Counselling – family breakdown
Counselling can help those struggling with family breakdown to come to terms with the changes that they may face, regaining their equilibrium and enabling them to make good long-term decisions.
Counselling – supporting you through divorce
Some couples simply need help to get through the divorce process and to work out how to cooperate better.
Counselling – exploring your options
Other couples may want to explore whether they wish to separate at all and for these couples we offer couple counselling to help them move forward.
Counselling – mediation or court preparation
We also offer counselling to individuals and couples about to embark on mediation or court proceedings to help prepare and support them through the process.
Counselling – for children
Children and young people are often directly affected by family breakdown and may need support of their own. If appropriate, two of our counsellors can support children and young people on a one to one basis too. We can also recommend other specialists who may be able to help and have a wide network of specialist colleagues.
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Many clients find that our specialist emotional and practical support can be of benefit in helping them through the difficulties of divorce and separation.
If you are contemplating counselling or pre marriage preparation sessions, we would suggest meeting for an initial consultation to talk about how we might work together and structure any sessions.
For further information, contact our in-house counsellor and family consultant, Jo Harrison on E: email@example.com or T: 020 7420 5000.
Our Counselling Team
We have a specialist team of in-house counsellors who can work with you either alone or with your partner in a confidential and supportive way.
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