Online Training is a practical way to take forward your understanding and skills in supporting Relationship Health.
Relationship Health has been missing a language base on which to build. How do we talk about these issues in a way that can help us all work together?
My experience is that Relationship Health touches on issues that we all 'sort of know' - and yet - there is such a lot to learn. When a child has additional needs it matters much more that adults can know not just where we need to head but also why.
There are ideas to revisit, and connections to think about and applications to explore. All of this takes some time and some focussed concentration..
So I designed the I Matter Journey to create a structured process that can help professionals and parents can clarity about what needs supporting and why in order to help children to make progress when they are experiencing challenges.
i) First Steps Training: Relationship Health
ii) Intensive Training in the I Matter Framework
iii) Deepening and Extending the Applications
iii) Certification in Supporting Others
The Intensive Course takes a fast paced look at how we can integrate different research traditions into some really practical guidance for those supporting children and families where there is anxiety or challenging behaviour or histories of trauma or disruptions.
The steps are provided via the sister site I Matter Training.
At present we are prioritising offering the I Matter Training Journey to parents and professionals in the Kendal and Morecambe Bay Area.
The programme is occasionally opened to a wider audience. So if you are interested you can leave your name on one of the following:
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