Cathy Betoin's I Matter Blog and Podcast
Jenny has three children - two with additional needs. When she joined her first I Matter sessions with support from her primary school she was in a state of significant overwhelm and despair.
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Catherine, not her real name is a GP who came to I Matter Training in her role as a Lead Safeguarding GP and GP Lead for Kendal Integrated Care Community. Here she speaks about the needs she observes in her role and the way that the training has assisted her professionally in her role.
A Teaching Assistant's Experience of Training to Support her work with Challenging and Complex Children
Anna, not her real name, is a teaching assistant in a small school where she is employed to work with challenging and complex children. Listen in to her experience of the impact of the training on her confidence.
My name is Dr Cathy Betoin. I am a clinical psychologist , an experienced teacher and a parent myself.
What do you do when something doesn't exist? Something that seems should be there but isn't?
There is an awkward process of trying to put thoughts into words - of arranging and rearranging ideas.
It is a rather messy process but there are markers on the way. Ah ha...
Intent, implementation, impact - How I Matter Training can help support you with the new Ofsted Framework
How are you going to ensure consistent implementation?
How are you going to demonstrate impact?
We have a package designed to introduce a different perspective on school priorities and we are putting it forward as there is an elephant in the room when it comes to schools practice and improving outcomes - infact maybe there are two or even three elephants.
I drew the I Matter Framework together because after many years in...
This was a recent video created with support of the NW Innovation Agency that I took part in as part of the NW DIgital...
I thought it wouldn't work for us - I thought we were 'too far gone' but six months on my confidence is coming back, my children are attending school again and my husband is off antidepressants. The training showed us how everything is connected. Life can still be challenging but now I know why I Matter Parent of Three
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