Phone: 020 7801 0135

Email: serefo.info@gmail.com

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

SRF and the Management Committee would like to extend their condolences to all those who have suffered from the effects of the Grenfell disaster. We are ready to offer appropriate help to those who are in need.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Next Seminar: 29th July 2017

Title: Systemic Thinking (Hazel Hyslop)

Places still available

Annual Conference: Sport and Attachment: 24th November 2017

Supporting Relationships and Families

Room 003, 250 York Road, London, SW11 3SJ

Charity number: 1132487

Phone: 020 7801 0135

Email: serefo.info@gmail.com

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Next Seminar: 27th May 2017

Title:  Attachment Theory Across Generations

 Places still available

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young
children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS: 27th May 2017

Title: Attachment Theory Across Generations

Places still available

Supporting Relationships and Families

Room 003, 250 York Road, London, SW11 3SJ

Charity number: 1132487

Phone: 020 7801 0135

Email: serefo.info@gmail.com

 

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

 

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

 

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

 

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

 

Welcome to the Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF) website. SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated  to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss.

 

We also aim to highlight the need for sensitive counselling and therapeutic services to break the circle of insecure attachments, and the inter-generational nature of attachment patterns in families.

 

Supporting Relationships and Families

Room 003, 250 York Road, London, SW11 3SJ

Charity number: 1132487

Phone: 020 7801 0135

Email: serefo.info@gmail.com