I Matter JOIN US

 Helping You to Have a Healthier Happier Relationship with Your child and Community and Yourself

Why Join an I Matter Journey?

Informed Organisations
ORGANISATIONAL AWARD

I Matter thinking is something that takes practice.  It is easy to fall back into old ways.  By becoming a member you help your organisation commit yourself a regular top up until the ideas come quite naturally .

Informed Communities
COMMUNITY WHEEL

Through a combination of online and face to face social events you will be able to find ways to help you think through challenges and find your way forward to those healthier happier relationships

Informed Individuals
INDIVIDUAL PLANS AND AWARDS

An I Matter Journey deepens when you make time for the study and reflection and linked activities.  As your understanding and confidence grows you will be able to help your family and others and yourself

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Membership of the I Matter Networks is via participating localities and schools.

Our key focus is on building the understanding and confidence and skills of adults so that with more insight we can help struggling and challenging children

 

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WE ARE CURRENTLY INVITING APPLICATIONS FROM PROFESSIONALS IN SCHOOLS IN THE KENDAL AREA

We will be running the intensive professional training through the summer break period

Due to the COVID-19 situation we are able to offer small bursaries to a maximum of 2 professionals per school 

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The I Matter Framework and the linked I Matter learning journey supports professionals and parents and organisations in understanding the links between stress and well-being, child development, brain development and the adult role including the power of our attitudes and beliefs.  It helps improve a wide range of outcomes for children and their families by building engagement and focusing on clear measurable results and by ensuring you and your team are brain aware, attachment-aware and trauma informed. 

An I Matter Journey helps you join up the best practices in different traditions and ensures that you are embedding the implications of research and neuroscience into your work with children and families.   The shift is towards support for developmental thinking,  adult-child relationship health and community building as central to your local and personal strategy for improving child and adult mental health and wellbeing.

A key result is that when working with children and families who are struggling or challenging you and your team will be able to articulate the reasons for your decision making and evidence progress steps. informed by a clearly integrated research base.