The most proven method for treatment of any kind of addiction is conducted within the context of a group environment. Although the prospect of joining a group terrifies most people initially, it often proves to be the single most significant step towards life-long recovery. The reason that the group environment is so important is that… Read more »
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Please DO NOT use the ‘Contact Us’ form for application requests, thank you. We have 2 exciting job opportunities here in Nottingham Centre Manager – The most senior paid role in the organisation ensuring the effective running of the organisation. The Centre Manager is responsible for leading the development and execution of Relate Nottinghamshire’s long… Read more »
UK’s loneliest region: 1 in 8 people in the East of England has no close friends, study finds Relate Nottinghamshire offers tips for deepening your friendships In a UK-wide study looking at the state of relationships with friends and neighbours, 1 in 8 people (12%) living in the East of England reported having no close… Read more »
Local business, Fox Talbots on the Mansfield Road, graciously agreed to allow us to place a charity collection box in their coffee shop. All donations go towards our bursary fund. A huge thank you to all its staff and customers, who have donated £19.20 Relate Nottinghamshire is a registered charity providing relationship support and advice… Read more »
Our next Sex Addiction Recovery Group, led by Clinical Supervisors Peter Saddington and Alison Towner, will begin in January. If you have problems in this area and require further information or want to book a place on the course, please contact the centre on 0115 9584278, or complete the contact form on the website.
Wednesday December 22nd we will be closing at 3pm and starting the New Year on Tuesday January 3rd Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!
Relate Nottinghamshire prepares for New Year peak in calls Local relationships charity Relate Nottinghamshire is preparing for a peak in calls this New Year as relationship tensions between families and couples come to a head over the festive period. This comes as leading national charities, Relate and Relationships Scotland publish their Happy Families? report which… Read more »
36% of people in the East Midlands feel pressure to put work before family life Relate Nottinghamshire calls for employers to offer flexible working and relationship support Research out today highlights the immense pressure felt by employees in the East Midlands and the rest of the UK to prioritise work ahead of relationships. More than… Read more »
Exciting opportunity to join our friendly team here in Nottingham providing administrative support in the evenings. For more information please use our Contact Us page and we’ll send you an application pack.
Relate Nottinghamshire Clinical Supervisor, Alison Towner, and her husband, Carl, are taking on the challenge of cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats – on a tandem! They are raising money for International Nepal Fellowship and Relate Nottinghamshire. They begin their adventure on September 9th 2016. Alison says: “I know the benefits of relationship counselling… Read more »