18 August 2021 | COVID Update

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In line with Ministry of Health guidance, our staff are currently working remotely. They remain available to assist and it is business as usual. However, we ask that wherever possible you contact us online or by email to casemanager@fdrc.co.nz

If you need to courier documents, please contact our case management staff in the first instance to confirm the appropriate delivery details.

For updated guidance from the Ministry of Justice on shared care of children during COVID-19 alert levels please click here

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Counselling for Relationships

Whether you are in the process of separation, having issues with care and contact arrangements for your children, or just wanting to maintain a healthier relationship, Counselling can help to inspire positive change.

Relationship Counselling can be useful for couples who are separating or divorcing as much as for those who are trying to ‘make their relationship work’ as it can help them to navigate through the process and particularly if there are children involved to work on their ‘new relationships’ going forward. Couples with children will be in one another’s life in some form throughout their children’s lives and creating a strong and healthy relationship going forward will be of benefit to the entire family.

We understand that busy schedules can get in the way of prioritising seeking help, so our experienced counsellors will connect with you via video or audio conferencing so that sessions can be scheduled for a time that suits you both.