My training helps you:

  • Hit targets easier
  • Reduce staff stress and burnout –  happy staff & less turnover
  • Improve client engagement and reduce the number of warnings needing to be given

I offer training in therapeutic alliance – which is not the obvious ‘oh be non-judgemental and empathic, care and that’s it’. Not even close, but that is what we do, and yet it is the most powerful way to help people change. Without it everything else we do has limited impact, and it also helps us reach targets easier and reduces stress. The research consistently shows that.

It’s about creating a safe space so real change can happen

It’s built in every interaction with every person (client and staff)

It’s learning to balance power and love, boundaries and understanding.

It’s something we need to learn and continue to master.

There is no such thing as someone who has got this sorted.

 I have worked this way for 20 yrs and consistently overshot targets whilst also working with clients others find too difficult to manage.

I also ran a project with this foundation and transformed it.

It works.

Guaranteed practical, relevant and fun.

 Some of the feedback given:

‘…the feedback from your training was exceptional. Staff were so inspired they have gone away and done more reading. More please’

‘Kathryn gave a presentation at the event in January and we were so impressed we asked her to come and do something similar with the admin team.’

‘Better than I could have imagined and initially I was sceptical about attending but definitely feel it was needed and used and worked.’

 ‘The training exceeded my expectations.  I thought that it might skim the surface and not get to the nitty gritty of what happens. Instead the course directly addressed the difficulties that we have found as a staff team and helped us to work together to find a way forward.’

‘Loved the sense of humour and trainer’s passion & knowledge’

 ‘Would like this to be implemented across all of company & to underpin all we do (priority of Therapeutic Alliance and self-care in how work)’