I Matter Training for Professionals 

WE HELP PROFESSIONALS WHO SUPPORT CHILDREN WHO ARE ANXIOUS AND CHALLENGING AND THEIR FAMILIES 
THROUGH A RELATIONSHIP HEALTH FOCUSSED APPROACH

WELCOME TO I MATTER FOR PROFESSIONALS

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 WELCOME TO THE I MATTER PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PATHWAYS

BECOME AN I MATTER INFORMED PRACTITIONER

Helping adults to help children   

PROFESSIONAL INTRODUCTION SESSIONS

Here at the I Matter Practice we have been offering training for professionals and parents in the I Matter Framework since 2010.   The I Matter focus is on restoring relationship health, including the place of family relationships in child and family practice..  Our work is attachment focussed and built on an understanding of interpersonal stress regulation and trauma and the power of our beliefs and attitudes.

The truth is some rethinking is urgently needed in health and in education and social care practices.  

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I Matter Training for professionals offers you an integrated theoretical approach on which to base your practice with children and families.  It explores the WHY not just the WHAT of everyday decisions. It is offered via a step-wise approach. The training steps can be used as CPD and/or can offer a route to our certification and licensed practitioner awards
We are looking for professionals who want to help their own schools and communities by taking forward an locality based programme 

In these COVID-19 times, is your professional practice with children and families appropriately well informed about relationship health? Do you feel equipped with the advanced insight and skills that are needed by adults who care for the sensitive or vulnerable child and their families?  Would you like to help others? 

 

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HUNDREDS OF PROFESSIONALS AND PARENTS HAVE TAKEN PART IN THIS TRAINING OVER THE LAST 10 YEARS.  NOW WE ARE MAKING IT MORE AVAILABLE VIA AN ONLINE LEARNING OPTION

 HERE IS A SAMPLE OR WHAT PROFESSIONALS SAID RECENTLY: 

I listened to a 90 min introduction and thought, 'this is the missing part that was not covered during my teacher training'. We have had so little on child development.  I now have a completely different and critically important perspective on my role as a teacher.  I think all student teachers should be offered this as part of their training." PGCE Student

This approach rebuilds the hope and confidence of professionals and parents by providing a language and concepts that we can all work together with and that ties elements together. It just makes complete sense   Dr Amy Lee: GP Safeguarding Lead - Kendal Integrated Care Community


Thoroughly brilliant course. Has made an big impact on my own well-being which has meant that I have been more able to cope better with the expected and unexpected aspects of life in a calmer rational manner!!    Head of Key Stage 4

I am a HLTA *Higher Level Teaching Assistant) but also a parent and foster carer. I work with primary aged children, have 3 teenagers, and foster toddlers! This course has been so valuable for each and every relationship I encounter on a daily basis.       HLTA, Foster Carer and Parent about First Steps and Foundation

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The I Matter framework has had a powerful impact on me personally and on my practice. It has, under one umbrella, drawn together all the research and learning I am familiar with and framed it in a way that is easily accessible to parents and professionals alike. It has proven to be a thought-provoking process and I feel privileged to have been given the opportunity to trial this for my organization.               Senior Adoption Social Worker 


“I’m looking after myself better at work. It has been brilliant for helping me have more patience with challenging pupils. I’ve developed a bit more tolerance for some staff members too!”   Secondary Teacher 

I think that if the wider implications of the I Matter framework were taken onboard by the various organisations that actually work with children and young people and we were all singing from the same hymn sheet,  this would have a massive impact not only on the lives of the young children or young people but also the parents as well and that would have a massive knock-on effect as they reached adulthood Teaching Assistant  

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