Hannah is an accredited Couple and Family Psychotherapist and Co-Director of Systemic Programmes at the University of Exeter, where she lecturers and is programme lead on various post graduate courses. Hannah is passionate about teaching and research; her recent doctoral research focused on notions of ‘home’ within an inpatient context, and she has co-developed and manualised a unique model of couple therapy, known as ‘The Exeter Model’, that has been rolled out nationally.
Hannah is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Family Therapy and additionally works with couples in private practice. She has a background in child and adolescent mental health, and has also worked on TV talking about couple and family therapy, most recently in a BBC documentary called 'I Blame My Parents'.
Martin is a registered UKCP and HCPC Psychotherapist and Supervisor, also working in private practice with couples and families. He is a qualified Arts Therapist and Psychodramatist who works in a unique, systemic way to support a range of problems including relationship difficulties, parenting, loss and bereavement, anxiety, depression and life-stage related problems. Over the years, he’s worked with the NHS, Ministry of Justice and other local practitioners to provide better mental health training resources and has won a Prince’s Trust Award, as well as other community and human rights awards, for his contribution.
Martin is a member of the International Association of Family Therapy and together with Hannah he has been presenting and training internationally on parenting and relationships for many years.