All successful journeys start with noticing new details that have been overlooked
Relationship Health Matters and I Matter Training are on a mission to bring some shifts in thinking about how to improve child and adult wellbeing in families, schools and communities.
Since 2010, we have been working with partners in a full range of agencies and roles to explore the question of what the research evidence is telling us about the way to address some of the greatest challenges we currently face for child and adult wellbeing. We think Relationship Health is the missing link!.
Through our innovative approach, adults and young people gain the skills and knowledge they need to build better lives.
We’re dedicated to our shared vision and mission: to empower families, support our partners, and work together to make a collective impact.
Students come first
When we prioritize the growth and development of young people and adults, we aim to make decisions and take action based on the best interests of all
We are committed to continuous learning and growth. We are constantly expanding our knowledge, improving and experimenting in our work
Respect for others
We believe in making decisions that have the greatest possible impact on individuals and society.
We see this as a key need.
Dr Cathy Betoin
Clinical Psychologist, Teacher
Dr Annie Truch
Heather and Jon Dixon
Our Professional Advisory Network
Dr Ed Clarke
Director and GP Lead for Kendal PCN
Dr Amy Lee
Safeguarding Lead and GP Lead for Kendal ICC
Head Teacher and Lead
for Kendal KCP
Our Training Partnerships
Practice Lead Trainer
Queen Katherine School
What We Do
Relationship Health Matters offers the I Matter Learning Journey, providing guidance, training and coaching with intent to promote greater understanding of a relationship health approach to child and adult mental health and wellbeing.
We campaign to improve understanding about relationship health and increased access to high quality information, including raised awareness of the value and characteristics of relationship health. Our work includes the intent to promote understanding around the applications of relationship health thinking to a full range of thorny issues seen in everyday health, education and social care practice.