Relationship Health Theory
Step 3-5: Take Stock and the I Matter Process
All successful journeys start with noticing new details that have been overlooked
The Step 3-5 Theory to Practice Course: Take Stock and the I Matter Process
The Take Stock and I Matter Process Course is intended for Professionals and parents-carers who want support to put theory into practice with a Relationship Health Practice in more depth. The teaching and materials are delivered through online workshops and/or via online teaching through our e-learning portal and live webinars. The supported core Step 3-4 course is offered through a two day live workshop. Then, you will need to allow approximately 90mins for the online content for each module plus six additional discussions. Downloadable worksheets are also provided.
We can offer the course to parents/carers in areas where we are able to provide further support through our I Matter Trained Practitioners. Some families find that the information provided in the Step 2 Theory Course is enough to be able to make the necessary changes, where others need more specialist support. We run separate pathways for Strengthening Relationship Health and for Recovery of Relationship Health
The Step 3-4 Theory to Practice course elaborates on the content introduced in the Step 1 and Step 2 and introduces the detail of implementing a Relationship Health Approach understanding.
The Supported Step 3-5 includes 6 discussion groups
The Step 3-4 course includes a taster of Step 5 - the I Matter Wheel. The full Step 5 course is included in the membership.
The Modules covered build on the Step 1-2 Course
- The Big Picture Quick Checks Assessment
- The small details assessment process
- The Five Priorities in Relationship Health Practice
- The communication styles of authoritative leaders
- Helping children with their feelings
- The Small Steps Confidence Building Process
- An introduction to the I Matter Wheel
Learning Outcomes: At the end of Step 3-4 you will be able to:
- Complete a big picture and small details assessment
- Identify the Five Priorities and design a plan for change
- Know how to use everyday situations to build key skills
- Know how to use everyday interactions to build inner resources
- Know how to help yourself and a child with a specific challenge
- Be able to explain the premises of your own approach