Our team has expertise working successfully with individuals, couples and families and can support you across a broad range of issues and challenges
- Resident Expert on international Relationship app Paired
- Founder and Director Relatability supporting relationships in corporate sector
- MA Relationship Therapy (University of Hull)
- Post Graduate Diploma Relate
- BA Hons Psychology (University of Cape Town)
- MBACP Member of British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists
- Gottman Leader
- Trustee and Director PPS Trust, Psychologist Protection Society
- Multiple post graduate trainings in the field of psychology and relationships
Pam Custers is the founder of The Relationship Practice, based in London UK. The practice specialises in supporting clients to create relationships that thrive, with her 10 strong team working with clients both locally
and across the globe.
Her experience is diverse, and includes working closely with those in the public eye and international sporting figures. She has a rich, wide ranging background, including working as a university lecturer and running a video unit within the psychology department of a major university.
Since graduating with her M.A., she has worked for the NHS, Relate, Schools and in drug rehabilitation. She was approached to join the board of trustees for a national insurance trust dedicated to supporting psychologists and those in the counselling profession.
She currently works as a psychotherapist, speaker and as a consultant to various media projects and uses this experience along with her insights and perceptiveness to develop her unique, solutions focused approach to couple work. Pam has made her expertise available to a wider audience via online programs, group workshops and weekend retreats. She runs workshops for senior members of a number of organisations on the vital role healthy relationships play in the workplace. She is a sort after for personal coaching for those who are in senior positions for a number of multinational organisations
Pam is an acknowledged expert in the field of relationships and has featured on radio, TV and in the press.
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In schools, Jo works with ages 3 to 18 with a wide range of issues such as self-esteem, bullying, behavioural, anxiety and friendship issues. Jo is currently working as a resident young people’s therapist in both a high school and a junior school and also at Pam Custers & Associates. She has a special ability of making children and young people feel truly at ease whilst at the same time, being able to process the difficulties they face.
MA, BA (Hons) Science, PG/Dip Counselling, PG/Dip Child Psycho-therapeutic Counselling, PG/Dip Therapeutic Arts, RELATE Trained
Annette uses a range of techniques including CBT and TA. Her approach to therapy draws on Person Centred, Psychodynamic and attachment based principles. This links into an individual style of relationships which are vital for our happiness and wellbeing. She is an accredited member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). DIP. CP’ AD. Prof. DIP PC’
He comes with unique expertise that he brings to his work in order to tackle some of the most challenging issues that relationships face, including anger, depression and anxiety. Andrew has a special ability to create a space that enables our clients to deal with these emotions in a very manageable way and is especially good at working with PTSD. Andrew is generous with his knowledge and expertise and clients come away feeling fully empowered to manage the complexities that life manages to throw at us. Andrew also brings his consulting experience working with leaders at the CEO and Permanent Secretary level in private and public sector organisations across europe and the USA. Andrew trains therapists and is highly regarded in the psychology world with his innovative approach
Andrew holds an MA in Couple and Family Therapy. (BSc, MSc, MA) and is MBACP Accred. He has extensive experience, consulting and working at RELATE and in private practice.
Member of the BACP