I Matter Relationship Health Training Workshops
All successful journeys start with noticing new details that have been overlooked
WORKSHOPS AND ONLINE TRAINING
INTRODUCING RELATIONSHIP HEALTH AND
THE I MATTER FRAMEWORK FOR PROFESSIONALS
The I Matter Framework offers a back to basics practical integration of well established evidence in child and family practice. The concepts that make up the I Matter Framework are taught in a highly practical and accessible way. Practical exercises and informative visuals bring the concepts to life drawing on everyday examples and experiences of participants, . The longer workshops include group discussion and skills practice. The online training includes taught video clips delivered by Cathy Betoin
- Clear explanations of the Evidence base
- Cost-effective, quality training
- Empowers child and family practitioners and improves child and family outcomes
- For ALL staff with a concern for child wellbeing
- Complements all psychological approaches and modalities
- Develops a common language, a whole systems approach
The aim of I Matter Relationship Health Training is to increase awareness and understanding of what relationship health is and the research on which it is based. On completion, learners will have a greater appreciation of the significance of relationship health to physical health and mental health, including the seeds of relationship health in childhood and the process of relationship health restoration.
- Stage 1 Awareness Step 1-2 Introducing the I Matter Framework and I Matter approach to Relationship Health –
- Stage 1 Awareness Step 3-4 Working with the I Matter Process – focus direct relationships with children
- Stage 1 Awareness Step 5 The I Matter Wheel - Everyday applications of the I Matter Framework in practice –
- Stage 2 Extended Journey Applications of the I Matter Framework in practice
- Stage 3 Supporting Others Supporting adults or young people on an I Matter Journey
By the end of an Awareness course of Stage 1-4 study, participants should be able to:
- Understand and define what relationship health is
- Describe the evidence base around how relationship health underpins mental health and physical health
- Identify the key components of relationship health with children and with adults
- Have explored the applications of a relationship health perspective to case studies relevant to their own setting
- Be able to identify when there is a likely relationship ill-health component in a specific situation with a child or adult
- Be able to implement a relationship health intervention with a child in a direct relationship
- List the sources of further information and where to signpost people to for more resources and support.
In order to offer study support for an I Matter Intervention with adults as well as children, Stage 3 training is required.
We do not offer a Train the Trainer option. We can work with you to build capacity for supported learning and on the task of embedding Relationship Health principles into everyday practices.