In the press: Julie Andrews identifies the benefits of therapy whilst going through a divorce/separation

October 24, 2019

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It has been mentioned recently in the press how Julie Andrews found therapy to “save her life” after her divorce from her first husband and ultimately on how by seeking help, it had a profound impact on her wellbeing. She commented that “I went and got into it and it saved my life in a way”.

Here at Family Law in Partnership, we can identify with Julie Andrews in appreciating how beneficial and important therapy can be during any point of going through a divorce or separation.

Jo Harrison is our in-house therapist and is an experienced relationship counsellor, family consultant and former family lawyer. She sees individuals and couples (whether separated or not) for consultations.

Jo is noticed for her expertise in her field and has been featured in The Times  talking about the value of couple therapy and has made appearances on ITV’s This Morning (the Relationship Clinic) and Marina Fogle’s The Parent Hood.

Jo Harrison has a depth and breadth of expertise in working with clients who are separating or divorcing and is sensitive to the impact of relationship breakdown and how it can affect individuals and families. As a relationship counsellor Jo fully appreciates the emotional upheaval and difficulties of a separation and as a former family lawyer she understands the particular pressures of going through the legal process. Contact Jo to find out more about how she can help you through divorce or separation. Contact Jo at E: hello@flip.co.uk or T: 020 7420 5000.