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Relationship counselling

We offer relationship counselling for free, in partnership with Relate. This is aimed at couples or individuals whose relationships have been impacted by a brain tumour diagnosis. Whether you need tips for keeping a relationship strong or your relationship is struggling, we’re here to help.

Are you experiencing changes to your relationship with a partner because of a brain tumour?

Do you feel you need support to help start a new relationship or keep your current relationship on track?

If so, you don’t have to try to cope with this alone. We’re here for you.

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Free relationship counselling for people affected by brain tumours

Good quality relationships matter for our health. They can even affect our survival and quality of life. But a brain tumour diagnosis can put a strain on even the healthiest of relationships and make it harder to start new relationships.

Our Losing Myself report found that 2 in 3 people felt their diagnosis had a negative impact on their relationship with their partner. And 72% of the respondents said it had affected physical intimacy.

That’s why we’ve partnered with Relate, the leading relationships charity in England and Wales. With their help, we are proud to deliver a free relationship counselling service for UK-based couples and individuals whose relationship has been affected by a brain tumour.

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Our free relationship counselling service is here to support you, whether you just want to check in to help keep your relationship on track or you feel like you’re really struggling. And you can access it as an individual or as a couple – it’s up to you.

You can find out more about our Relationship Support Service in our relationship counselling FAQs or book an initial assessment call using our online form. You can also contact our Support and Information team today to find out more about the service.

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If someone is looking for practical or emotional relationship advice, I can’t recommend it highly enough to help navigate the tricky ways in which a brain tumour diagnosis can impact on a relationship.

Free counselling for individuals

If you want to talk about issues broader than can be covered in relationship counselling, we also offer a more general counselling service for anyone diagnosed with a brain tumour, or their loved ones.

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Book an initial assessment call for our Relationship Support Service

To refer yourself to our Relationship Counselling service, please first complete the below form and then head to the following page to book an initial assessment call with a member of our Support Team. The initial assessment is simply an opportunity for us to understand more about the support that you are looking for, to ensure this is the right service for you.

If you have further questions, need to clarify any of the information on this page, or want to find out more about research and clinical trials, please contact our team:
Support and Information Services
0808 800 0004 Free from landlines and mobiles
Phone lines open Mon-Fri, 09:00-17:00

Our Relationship Support Service has been created in partnership with Relate – the leading relationships charity in England and Wales.

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Get support

Contact our Support and Information team to talk to someone about whether our relationship counselling service is right for you.