Do you have a relationship health concern?
Relationship Health and Neurodiversity,
Consultations and Coaching 

Do you need help to think through your role in helping your child?

About Relationship Health and Neurodiversity Consultations and Coaching

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Relationship Health is an important element in supporting the development of any child or young person or adult.  It is a particularly important detail if a child or adult has additional needs or any neurodiversity due to the longer period of dependency of the child on the support of the adult.  

In addition if a child or adult has any additional needs, ensuring that the relationship health is as strong as possible creates the conditions that helps the adult be most effective in helping the child overcome their specific challenges.
The purpose of an adult-child relationship health assessment is therefore to explore the current status of a specific relationship with an adult in a role of parental responsibility. 

Strong relationship health will mean that an adult is well placed to effectively support the child in progressing through  priority social emotional and developmental milestones.

So the purpose of the assessment is to explore what is happening currently and why and to make recommendations about the specific details that need attention to ensure that relationship health progresses in the most supportive and effective direction.    The elements which are focussed on in a relationship health assessment are derived from an understanding of the I Matter Framework which provides the theory and theory to practice foundations for our recommendations.

Assessment, consultation and personalised support with your I Matter learning journey is provided by certified practitioners.

Understanding the Impact of Relationship Health Difficulties and the Benefits of Skills in Relationship Health

tinypeople-trans (1)Relationship health difficulties are often found under common mental health and behaviour challenges: 

    • Anxiety difficulties
    • Challenging behaviour
    • Separation Anxiety
    • School Avoidance
    • Low mood
    • Reactions to Loss and bereavement
    • Reactions to trauma
    • Panic and phobias
    • Couple conflicts
    • Conflicts with parents
    • Sibling conflicts
    • Communication challenges
    • Managing Physical health challenges
    • Social emotional learning difficulties
    • Behavioural challenges and impulsivity
    • Adult-Adult Relationship challenges
    • Team around Family Relationship Challenges

tinypeople-trans (1)Skills in Relationship Health Support Readiness, Resiliency and Recovery support 

  • Feeling more confident with friends, peers and colleagues
  • Feeling better equipped for couple relationships
  • Feeling better equipped for a role as a parent-carer 
  • Feeling prepared for managing wellbeing in high pressure roles
  • Feeling better equipped for a role as a professional
  • Feeling better equipped for senior leadership roles
  • Feeling equipped to recover from physical health challenges
  • Feeling equipped to manage diagnoses such as ASD, ADHD, ODD, PTSD, 

The very good news is that it is never too late for positive changes! 

Supporting Progress Over Time

The questionnaire we use to assess and offer guidance around current relationship health and neurodiversity can also provides the foundation for reviewing progress over time.   In a consultation an I Matter relationship health informed practitioner will work with you to help you start to understand more about your own situation with the help of the insights of the I Matter Framework.  This means that through the assessment, consultation and training process, we aim to help you make sense of:

  • What is happening right now
  • When the difficulties started
  • What factors may have contributed to the difficulties
  • What is keeping the difficulties going
  • What strengths and resources are present
  • What skills need practising in order to see progress

We encourage you to commit to the learning process as long as is needed to bring about healthier happier relationships and confidence.  Professionals, parents and young people tell us that this way of seeing things feels supportive, empowering, refreshing and hopeful.

Relationship Health Consultation Options with a Certified Practitioner

We are currently able to offer stand alone assessments and consultations to those with a recommendation from an approved I Matter Link - at the fees listed below.    Alternatively you must be registered on the I Matter Core Learning Journey to access consultations options.   Consultations are offered on a Tuesday or a Friday and are offered subject to availability of certified practitioners.   Please contact us to check availability


You and another adult complete an in-depth questionnaire (around 1 hour) about your focus child followed by an in-depth 90min review of presenting needs and guidance on priorities.



In a home-school assessment we gather information from home, school and your child, if they are over 10 years old, followed by two 90min calls, to build understanding of current issues and help develop a plan



Consultations are intended to deepen your understanding of theory to practice in relation to your specific focus situation as you build your skills and confidence,  purchased individually or in packages
From  £150pp 



A monthly coaching package offers an opportunity to work with a certified practitioner overtime as you learn how to put principles into practice in your setting over a period of several months
from £200pp