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Okehampton News

  Relate thanks the Trustees of Okehampton United Charities, once again, for their continued support of our services in Okehampton. Thanks to their grant, we have expanded our services, and are now offering three morning hours of counselling in the Ockment Centre and six evening appointments on different days. The counsellors specialise in relationship therapy for couples and single people, Family therapy and new to Okehampton…… Counselling for Children. Our new childrens’ counsellor, Hayley is offering appointments post school and into the evening.   For all queries or to make an appointment please e-mail reception.exeter@relate.org.uk or telephone: 03007729681

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Relate Exeter and District are pleased to announce that they now have more fully qualified therapists working in the field of psycho-sexual therapy. This means that many more hours are available for clients. This is a specialist field of work and Relate has a very high success rate in dealing with sexual problems. This is often a difficult subject for couples and individuals. We, at Relate, recognise that and work in a very individual and sensitive way with couples and individuals. For more information do look at our website.

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Visiting Relate Film

RELATE EXETER AND DISTRICT,NORTH DEVON, TAUNTON and WEST SOMERSET have gone into the movie business – launching a film about the process of relationship counselling. Manager Brett Parker says, ” People look on our website for information about our services and then phone for an appointment. We appreciate that this can be daunting for some potential clients because they have no idea what to expect.” “This film shows a step-by-step guide to using our services. We hope it will reduce the anxiety that some couples and individuals might feel before they come for their first appointment.” Shot in Exeter and using Relate personnel, the film shows a couple arguing and feeling that they are growing apart. The couple, helped by a friend, decide to try Relate services to help them to communicate without anger and blame. Brett goes on to say that it was important to the organization that the film was made entirely from the clients’ perspective. “Helping couples with their communication or mis-communication patterns is often the key to our Relate work. Sometimes only an objective person can point out what is happening.” The film, which runs for just six minutes, goes on to show the practicalities of making…

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