Study Support with the I Matter Learning Journey 

All successful journeys start with noticing new details that have been overlooked

I Matter Theory to Practice Study Support Groups
Facilitated by a Certified Practitioner

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Most of our training has group study support built into the core programme

  • Would you like to be a part of a matched group with others who are studying the I Matter Framework who will support you in your journey to greater clarity and cconfidence?
  • Do you have questions about the specifics of I Matter concepts?
  • What are the barriers holding you back from implementing an I Matter Approach on a daily basis?
  • Could you benefit from additional accountability and connection?
  • If so, participation in a group can be an enriching experience!

We know that relationships are challenging and that learning to implement an I Matter approach on a daily basis demands a  lot of attention to detail and to building your own inner confidence.   

If you are looking for ways to strengthen your pwn confidence, whether you have completed online study recently or a while ago, participation in a group can be enriching. I Matter in Practice Groups are designed to assist you in staying on track, the groups meet via Zoom for one hour every week for durations of 4-12 weeks

I Matter Theory to Practice Study Support Groups
follow a carefully structured format

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You will

  • Share your unique I Matter learning Journey with others.
  • Increase your motivation and commitment to implement I Matter Principles  on a daily basis.
  • Receive helpful insights and tips from group members who bring a wealth of experience
  • Have questions answered about detais of I Matter in Practice supported by your group facilitator and other group members as time permits.

Registration is based on an expression of interest basis.  We then aim to create groups with some balanced needs . Please note that these groups are only available to people who have purchased the I Matter Online Five Steps Programme.  Please note that I Matter in Practice groups are not a replacement for individual coaching or local professional advice.

If you would like a more personalized experience, or information about how to apply the program for your specific needs, we encourage you to also book individual coaching.

Study Support groups occurs on the same day and time. Most are 60-75mins long.

Here are some examples of what participants have said about their experience of I Matter Training


I think all teachers should do the course. I have learned SOOOO much that I can and will apply to my professional and personal relationships..  It has definitely made me more tolerant/understanding of children when they are showing complex behaviours in class.      Teacher and HLTA

The course has definitely met all the Learning Outcomes.  I have enjoyed learning online and found the modules manageable with enough to be stimulating.  I really enjoyed the dynamic of the group - it was interesting hearing everyone's varied experiences.   I have made changes that have benefited me personally, and my family and my professional role.  I want to carry on and learn more.                  General Practitioner


I feel like the entire family unit has become a more open and bonded than before I started I Matter. Its not always been easy, I have felt guilt and sometimes regret looking at how I have handled situations in the past but this comes in a positive way, more of a realisation that it wasnt the best way to handle things, and learning the skills to handle difficult situations calmly and clearly. I do not beat my self up as much at all. I don't feel like a failure for having a child that has challenging moments. I feel successful because I can see her progress and I can feel how much happier we generally all are.

I understand our relationship dynamics so much better now, how things had gone off track, and we are
now working hard to repair and get things fully back on track. My relationship with my son has
improved significantly, I am more confident and clear in my parenting, and we have a shared
understanding and language to communicate at times of high stress. His behaviour has significantly
improved, as has his school attendance. He is a happier child because of the work that we have done.