The London Intercultural Couples Centre https://www.tcfp.org.uk/the-london-intercultural-couples-centre/ was set up in 2016 by Dr. Reenee Singh, Professor Janet Reibstein and Adrian Clarke at the Child and Family Practice.
The vision of the Centre was to provide a space where intercultural and interracial couples could talk about the unique and specific challenges they face at every stage of the family life cycle. These may have to do with racism from extended family and friends, disparate notions of coupleness, love, belonging and where home is, and the difficulties in parenting across religion, faith, cultural and linguistic differences.
Since its inception, the London Intercultural Couples Centre has received many referrals and provided therapeutic and mediation services to at least fifty couples and their families. It has also featured in a number of media articles, including the most recent one about the Sussexes’ decision to live between Canada and the U.K., which can be found at: https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/life-in-mixed-race-relationships-britain_uk_5e173393c5b600960c612ddf