Join the Relationship Health Network

What if professionals and parents worked together to build supportive home-school communities which made  relationship health a priority - in all its aspects?

Ever wished you felt clearer about where to go when relationship health difficulties start to be present? 

Ever wished you had a place to turn to that helped restore your energy every time you felt overwhelmed or discouraged, or confused about what you can do to make a difference?

Wishing that there was a multidisciplinary network to turn to which shared my interest in Relationship Health was one of the issues that I was most perplexed by.    It seemed so obvious that there SHOULD be such a network and yet what I was looking for didn't seem to be there...

So one day someone suggested I should try to develop something myself - and so an idea took shape.

The truth is that professional practice and parenting and caring for children can be very hard if  you feel confused about which way to turn in the face of many challenges.

The intention of the Relationship Health Network is to offer a community that is committed to helping professionals and parents find practical and meaningful ways forward that start with a personal learning journey and offer support for exploring the way you want to contribute to your family and work role and community.

So now, if this sounds an interesting idea, here are a couple of options;
i) If you are busy but like the sound of what we do you could join our Friends Scheme with a donation or regular subscription.   As a Friend of the Relationship Health Network your donation can contribute to us getting this thinking out to more parents and professionals   CLICK HERE 

ii)   If you are interested in joining the Relationship Health Network as an individual you must complete First Steps Online Training.   This is a starter level intended to get you interested and is suitable for all.   There are monthly and weekly membership plans

ii) If you want to deepen your understanding of how to help children with additional needs then once you have completed the I MATTER INTENSIVE you can join the Enhanced Relationship Health Network Programme and the Extended Pathway.  

The Relationship Health Network includes: 
+ a Parent Network
+ a Professional Network
+ an Organisation Network for Schools and Services that support children 

The intention is that the I Matter Relationship Health Network Gives You:

A regular dose of encouragement - that a new way forward can be found

Opportunities to deepen your understanding of what the research evidence is telling us is the way forward to help your child and/or address the mental health and wellbeing of children more generally, so that you can respond more effectively in your own roles

A warm community of professionals and parents and trained coaches who understand your challenges and celebrate your learning journey with you

If you are already a member of the I MATTER RELATIONSHIP HEALTH COMMUNITY WELLBEING NETWORK  You can Log in here

Your Role and Your Understanding
and Skills are Key for Your
Child's Healthy Development.


The Five Steps To Success with Anxious or Challenging Children!  

Dr. Cathy Betoin - Relationship Health Matters

Dr Cathy Betoin
Clinical Psychologist, Teacher, Parent

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