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We help individuals, couples, families, teams, organisations and communities find improved outcomes through better relationships.

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Relational Change promotes a relational approach in all walks of life. Together with our associates and affiliated centres in the UK and Europe, we aim to deliver value to people, groups and communities in the areas of Organisational Development, Community Building, Coaching and Psychotherapy.

We are an Organisational Member of INTAGIO and work closely with a number of partners across the world to develop the relational movement.

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We support the establishment of Relational Communities of Practice, (RCOPs). Read more about our Community Building approach.

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Relational Organisational Gestalt: An Emergent Approach to Organisational Development

Relational Organisational Gestalt Book

We are pleased to be celebrating the launch of a new book by RC co-founder Marie-Anne Chidiac at the forthcoming Relational Change Gathering (details on the Training/Events page). The book Relational Organisational Gestalt: An Emergent Approach to Organisational Development offers a transformative, integral and bespoke approach for working with the complexity of today's organisations. At its core, an emergent and relational approach relies on the embodied and relational presence of its practitioner.

To read an interview with Marie-Anne about her book, please follow the link to the March 2018 Relational Change Newsletter.

New Associates

All of us at Relational Change would like to give a very warm welcome to our three new associates: Vienna Duff, Mark Fairfield and Maggie Marriott. Please go to Our Associates and Affiliated Centres webpage to meet them.



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