About NCSPIR

The National Centre for the Supervision of Parent-Infant Relationships is delivered by Tavistock Relationships (TR) via funding from the Department for Health and Social Care.
NCSPIR is part of the Government’s Family Hubs and Start for Life programmes and aims to improve outcomes for parents and children while building resilience in practitioners. We will achieve this by ensuring practitioners working with parent and infants in 75 local authority areas in England have access to expert support from clinical supervisors.

NCSPIR is funded until March 2025 and we welcome feedback from practitioners about this service. Please get in touch to tell us what you need and to access clinical supervision. At the end of this period we will produce an evaluation report including recommendations for a future service which would best meet practitioners needs.

 

Meet the Team

Claire Hopkins

Claire Hopkins

Programme Manager

Carmiel Samuels

Carmiel Samuels

Project Coordinator

Sarah Ingram

Sarah Ingram

TR Head of Strategic Partnerships and Programmes

Maria Franchini

Maria Franchini

TR Clinical Training & Special Projects Manager

Sara Leon

Sara Leon

TR Clinical Lead of the Couple Perinatal Service

Caroline Millar

Caroline Millar

Independent Evaluator

Honor Rhodes

Honor Rhodes

TR Strategic Advisor

About Tavistock Relationships

TR has been helping individuals, couples and families experiencing relationship difficulties since 1948. The charity is a leading authority in couple psychotherapy, undertaking research, providing world class clinical training and delivering programmes to support couples and families to have better relationships.

For more information about TR’s work with local authorities and families, you can access the TR website here: