In London, it is predicted that by 2030, 50% of people will be foreign born, suggesting that multiculturalism in couple relationships is a trend that is set to rise in the nation’s capital and beyond.

Yet the cultural differences that intrigue and attract couples to one another at the beginning can be the very same things that cause friction and conflict later on – especially when the couple become parents.

London’s Intercultural Couples Centre provides a range of research-led, specialised therapeutic services for couples who hail from different cultural backgrounds.

Couples therapy, family therapy and mediation for intercultural couples and dual heritage families.

• Mediation for couples who are in the process of separating and divorcing

• Support groups for intercultural parents

• Intercultural therapy training for professionals

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