Our Services

We offer a wide range of specialist CPD, training and support for multi-disciplinary individuals and teams working with children, young people and families across the UK & Ireland.

We work with a team of acclaimed national and international speakers and trainers, and specialist facilitators and consultants.

Our services can be booked separately via the tabs below plus we can design and create combination provisions that are specially tailored to your individual needs – look out for our Sunflower packages in the Bespoke section.

Jess Shaw – Let’s Play!

Our March Soirée takes place live between 7 - 9pm on on Thursday 14th (our new midweek timeslot). This will be a really informal evening - part play session, part discussion & ideas sharing - and will be a chance to let go and have some fun, as well as be inspired by new ideas, […]

Christina Enright : Suicidal Ideation & Self Harm

SOLD OUT - to be added to the waiting list for this training please email [email protected], or get in touch to enquire about other deliveries of this training later in the year. A Three Hour Webinar Join Christina for this online workshop focusing on understanding and helping children and young people who experience suicidal ideation […]

Sold Out £50.00

Lou Mason: Setting Up in Private Practice – March

SOLD OUT - to be added to the waiting list for the March training please email [email protected], or alternatively you can book for the next training weekend with availability : 1th & 12th May 2024. Please Note: this is a two day online training (10am - 2pm each day) running across one weekend WHO IS […]

Sold Out £165.00

Lou Mason: Setting Up in Private Practice: May

Please Note: this is a two day online training (10am - 2pm each day) running across one weekend WHO IS THIS TRAINING FOR? This training has been specially created to help practitioners and professionals get set up to work privately in person with children and young people (and /or adults) and to help them not […]

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Neil Young: Gender & Sexuality – Working with LGBTQ Children & Young People

A Day with Neil Young As part of Pride month, this is an inspiring and insightful day of exploration, reflection, discussion and learning with the brilliant Neil Young, which will include time for discussion, self-reflection and awareness, and opportunities for creativity and private art-making.   Content Summary Gender and sexual identity are lenses through which all of us […]

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Graham Music – When Empathy Is Not Enough

Context: Most therapists arrive in our work with a hypersensitivity to others, and in training we can learn important skills which allow the development of empathy, mentalizing and helping people feel safe, and held in mind. This is a vital skill, especially for anyone who has suffered trauma. We need nervous system recalibration and safening, and […]

Dr Karen Treisman: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children & Young People

Please note this is a two day online training that requires attendance on both days 9.30am to 4.30pm. Full Title:  Understanding the Impact of Relational and Developmental Trauma and Disrupted Attachment on Children’s Brains, Bodies, Emotions, Relationships, and Behaviours. Content Summary: This two-day training package offers an abundance of learnings around the multi-layered impact of trauma, […]

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Advanced Safeguarding and Child Protection Workshop (Level 3)

  • Behaviour Change
  • Domestic Violence
  • Emotional Neglect
  • Family Dynamic
  • + 7 more

This workshop will support you to deepen your understanding of the meaning of safeguarding and child protection in your professional practice.

Delivered by

Jessica Spenceley

Behaviour as Communication: Supporting Traumatised Children and Adolescents to Learn to Regulate their own Emotions and Behaviour

  • Abuse
  • Anger
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • + 17 more

This course presents theory which will enable attendees to understand the neurobiology and psychology at the root of the behaviours that vulnerable children present. The trainer will present an emotional coaching approach so that attendees can use these skills to help a child or adolescent to develop emotional literacy and to regulate their own emotions, impulses and overall behaviour.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Blocked Care and Self-Care: Supporting Carers to Stay Resilient in the Face of Challenge

  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • Communication
  • + 13 more

When we are in the role of caring for and supporting others who are in need and particularly when they have experienced trauma, there is a risk that any of us could develop blocked care as a result of secondary traumatic stress. This risk of blocked care increases as our internal and external resources diminish. This training is designed for any adults working with traumatised or vulnerable children and adolescents to create a space to think about the impact of working with trauma on them and ways that they can maximise their supports and resources in order prevent secondary trauma and burnout.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Child Criminal Exploitation

  • Big Life Event
  • Changes to family set up
  • Drugs
  • Family Dynamic
  • + 7 more

This workshop focuses on developing an understanding of child criminal exploitation and spotting the signs. Practical resources including contextual safeguarding approaches and disruptive tactics that can be used to safeguard children from harm will be shared.

Delivered by

Dr Anna Markham

Child Sexual Development – When To Be Concerned & What To Do

  • Autism
  • Family Dynamic
  • Friendship Issue
  • General Concern
  • + 9 more

This workshop focuses on understanding healthy child sexual development and when to be concerned about sexualised behaviours. Practical resources and tools will be offered to guide safety planning and interventions tailored to a child's stage of development.

Delivered by

Dr Anna Markham

Children and Teenagers Who Set Fires: The Lens We Use and How We Respond

  • ADHD
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • + 30 more

This one-day course explores what the latest research tells us about child-set fires. Particular attention is given to the lens through which we approach firesetting behaviour, the motives for child-set fires, and "what works" in addressing child-set fires.

Delivered by

Joanna Foster

Communicating with Traumatised/Vulnerable Children and Adolescents: Talking so Children Listen and Listening so Children Talk

  • Adoption
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • + 23 more

This course is designed for any adult supporting children and adolescents who have experienced adversity and trauma.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Contextual Safeguarding: Policy & Practice

  • Behaviour Change
  • Bullying
  • Drugs
  • Exploitation
  • + 8 more

Sean's trainings cover the complexity of the nuanced high-risk harm that is affecting our communities and offer both theory and real-world application. This training is designed for practitioners in any setting who may be supporting young people at risk of, or experiencing, extra familial harm such as exploitation, serious violence and trafficking.

Delivered by

Sean Monaghan

Cybersecurity Level One: Ethics, Law, and Keeping Children’s Digital Data Safe

  • Data Protection
  • Privacy
  • Security

This training is for anyone who wishes to work online with children and young people, or processes data using a smartphone, computer, recorder or paper notes! It focuses on preventing online harm through your professional role and is a thorough walk through of essential cybersecurity guidelines and requirements.

Delivered by

Cath Knibbs

Cybersecurity Level Two: Using Technology Safely, Ethically and Responsibly

  • Communication
  • Confidentiality
  • Data Protection
  • Privacy
  • + 1 more

This course is designed for advanced practitioners only after completing the Level One Ethics, Law and Data Protection course, and goes into greater detail around rights, security, data and the law and good cybersecurity practice.

Delivered by

Cath Knibbs

Daring & Courageous Practice – When Children View Adult Material

  • Adult Material
  • Behaviour Change
  • Cyber Therapy
  • Depression
  • + 12 more

Access to “adult material” (pornography) has become an almost inevitable part of a child or young person’s lived experience, whether accidental or intentional. This course will incorporate a range of supportive discussions, resources and techniques to help those working with CYP feel confident in how they approach such a challenging and emotive topic.

Delivered by

Cath Knibbs

Digital and Online Safeguarding: Why This Is More Than E-Safety or Standard & Contextual Safeguarding

  • ADHD
  • Adult Material
  • Alcohol
  • Anger
  • + 60 more

With most children and young people increasingly having an online or digital presence, this brave new world comes complete with new and ever evolving risks and dangers to their safety and wellbeing. This course will incorporate a range of supportive discussions, resources and guidance in how to best support CYP in the complex area of safeguarding.

Delivered by

Cath Knibbs

Dissociation – An Introduction

  • Attachment
  • Behaviour Change
  • Dissociation
  • Domestic Violence
  • + 7 more

This day is an introduction to dissociation, and will explore its function as an autonomous adaptive survival strategy that often goes unnoticed in children and young people. This training will increase awareness and understanding, consider the theory and thinking behind it and how we might effectively communicate with children, their carers and schools to recognise this trauma response and how we might best support children and young people.

Delivered by

Naomi Moore

Eating Problems in Children with Sensory and Emotional Difficulties

  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • Behaviour Change
  • Big Life Event
  • + 16 more

This training workshop is suitable for any adult who cares for or works to support children and adolescents who are presenting with difficulties around eating behaviour. The course offers both theory and practical ways to respond.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Enhanced Problem Solving when Working with Anti-Social Behaviour

  • Behaviour Change
  • Confidence Concern
  • Friendship Issue
  • General Concern
  • + 7 more

Pro-Social problem solving skills are a recurring need amongst teenagers with offending behaviours. This one day course explores the latest research in problem solving work and identifies creative exercises to use with adolescents to help them in their decision making.

Delivered by

Joanna Foster

Forensic Case Formulation with Children

  • Anger
  • Big Life Event
  • Drugs
  • General Concern
  • + 4 more

This workshop focuses on forensic case formulation with children presenting with high risk behaviours and complex needs. Attendees will learn how this improves a shared understanding of the whole child and guides the development of more effective interventions.

Delivered by

Dr Anna Markham

Foundation Training for Staff Working with Children and Teenagers Who Set Fires (5 day training)

  • ADHD
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • + 37 more

This five day foundation training course provides the theoretical knowledge and practical tools required to work directly with children and teenagers who set fires. Using evidence-based research and practice throughout, the course equips attendees with the understanding and practical skills to ensure their work is both ethical and effective.

Delivered by

Joanna Foster

Foundations in Safeguarding and Child Protection

  • Behaviour Change
  • Domestic Violence
  • Emotional Neglect
  • Family Dynamic
  • + 7 more

The topics of safeguarding and child protection can sometimes leave us feeling daunted, and we may worry if we are getting it right. Attend the Foundations workshop to gain the confidence and understanding around how to embody safe, effective, and legally compliant practice with children and young people.

Delivered by

Jessica Spenceley

Gender & Sexuality: Working with LGBTQ Children & Young People

  • Alcohol
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Big Life Event
  • + 50 more

Explore good practice in supporting children and young people as their unique gender and sexual identities emerge. A safe open space to explore anti-lesbian, gay, bi, trans & queer (LGBTQ) prejudice and its impacts.

Neil Young
Delivered by

Neil Young

Help Me Reach My Teenager: Building Connections with Teenagers who Present as Resistant, Angry and Coercive

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • + 22 more

This training is designed for anyone working with adolescents in any context. The course presents the latest neuroscientific findings on teenage brain and psychological development and will help participants to use this understanding and insight to enable them to engage with adolescents in ways that gain their trust and co-operation.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Helping Children to Build Emotional and Social Resilience through Therapeutic Play

  • Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • + 21 more

Play is a child’s natural mode of communication and means to learning about the world. Adult-child play also functions to deepen relational connections and build a child’s confidence and self-esteem. This training offers carers and professionals an opportunity to consider how they can use play and playfulness to support a child’s development and resilience.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Helping Parents Heal Their Shit So They Don’t Pass It Onto Their Kids

  • Bereavement
  • Changes to family set up
  • Impact of Separation or Divorce
  • Parent Child Relationship
  • + 5 more

If a parent has experienced loss or trauma that is unresolved, this gets handed down to their children. In this workshop you will learn how to help parents heal their own emotional wounds in the context of their relationship with their child/ren.

Delivered by

Louis Weinstock

How The World Is Making Our Children Mad, And What To Do About It

  • ADHD
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • + 25 more

How can we help our children thrive in a world that seems to be driving them (and us) mad? In this workshop, you will learn how our children's minds are affected by the world around them, and how to help them - with a particular focus on the impact of digital technology and the climate crisis.

Delivered by

Louis Weinstock

Intersectionality: Exploring Power, Prejudice & Difference

  • ADHD
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Bi-Phobia
  • + 43 more

How do we support children and young people to accept all parts of who they are? A warm, open space to explore power, prejudice and difference and their impacts on the lives of children and young people.

Neil Young
Delivered by

Neil Young

Life Story Work for Adoptive Parents

  • Adoption
  • Anxiety
  • Big Life Event
  • Confidence Concern
  • + 5 more

This workshop has been designed to empower adoptive parents as they navigate the complexities of life story work. In this interactive and informative session, adoptive parents will come to better understand how to help their children understand, process, and manage their histories and the many parts that make them who they are.

Delivered by

Jessica Spenceley

Neurodiversity in Girls

  • ADHD
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • + 24 more

This day examines neurodiversity specifically in girls across a range of common diagnoses. It's an area that is often misunderstood and can be easily overlooked which can have a devastating impact on mental health and wellbeing. This training will help increase awareness and understanding, explore ways that can support neurodivergent girls better and consider how we can advocate for their needs to be met.

Delivered by

Naomi Moore

Online Behaviours – Why We and Children Do What We Do Online

  • ADHD
  • Alcohol
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • + 56 more

The training will explain how technology is changing us as relational beings and how this impacts our development and conversational abilities online and beyond. It will consider the data and theory around these issues and explore how this affects children and young people (and us as well!)

Delivered by

Cath Knibbs

Online Safety, Online Harms and Cybertrauma for Child & Adolescent Therapists: KCSIE 2022 New Legislation & the Role in Schools

  • Autism
  • Behaviour Change
  • Bullying
  • Cyber Therapy
  • + 24 more

This course will equip practitioners working in schools or around education settings to be both fully updated with new legislation and to have digital safeguarding training that covers the online world and the harms children face.

Delivered by

Cath Knibbs

Parenting the Hurt Child: Carer & Practitioner Surgery – Open Forum

  • Abuse
  • Addiction
  • Adoption
  • Anger
  • + 45 more

This training is designed as an open forum for carers and practitioners to give them a space to reflect on the challenges they may face in their roles with children and adolescents. Having a safe space to reflect, not just on struggles but also successes alongside a clinical practitioner who has many years' experience in facilitating reflective practice, will help participants to gain a broader insight to the myriad of relational complexities that are part of supporting children and adolescents who have experienced trauma.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Practical Approaches to Help Parents, Carers and Professionals to Build Strong Attachments with Children and Adolescents in their Care (Stand Alone / Module 2)

  • Adoption
  • Anger
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • + 35 more

This course is designed for parents, carers or professionals who would like to learn about how to support a child or adolescent who presents with disrupted attachment. The trainer will focus on practical ways that anyone supporting children can help the child feel safe within their nervous system and emotions and to develop healthier ways of getting their needs met. It can be attended as a stand alone workshop for those with a good working knowledge of attachment theory or as a second module to Christina's Understanding Attachment training.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Pro-Social Modelling When Working with Children and Families

  • Behaviour Change
  • Direct Work
  • Offending Behaviour

Pro-Social Modelling is fundamental for behaviour change yet it continues to be an under-used model in direct work with children and families. This one day course explores the skills needed to bring about behaviour change in clients and how these can be applied immediately to direct work.

Delivered by

Joanna Foster

Reducing Barriers to School Attendance (Emotionally Based School Avoidance)

  • ADHD
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • + 78 more

A one day workshop to help you support young people who are struggling using practical and evidence based strategies.

Delivered by

Ange McMillan

Safeguarding & Child Protection in Private Practice

  • Behaviour Change
  • Domestic Violence
  • Emotional Neglect
  • General Concern
  • + 6 more

A day focusing on child protection, safeguarding and lone working designed especially for professionals working in Private Practice.

Delivered by

Jessica Spenceley

Safety Planning: A Tool to Support Safeguarding against Extra-Familial Harm

  • Behaviour Change
  • Bullying
  • Drugs
  • Exploitation
  • + 8 more

Sean's trainings cover the complexity of the nuanced high-risk harm that is affecting our communities and offer both theory and real-world application. This training is designed for any professionals working within settings engaging with those at risk of, or exposed to, community violence, exploitation and trafficking.

Delivered by

Sean Monaghan

Sibling Sexual Abuse

  • Big Life Event
  • Changes to family set up
  • Family Dynamic
  • Harmful Sexual Behaviour
  • + 6 more

Sibling sexual abuse presents with unique issues and challenges. This workshop will cover the nature of such abuse and how to support families in moving forward in a healthy way.

Delivered by

Dr Anna Markham

Six Session Course: Foster Carer Therapeutic Parenting for Traumatised Children

  • Abuse
  • Adoption
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • + 22 more

This course is designed for parents, foster carers and adoptive parents. Over six sessions it presents an opportunity for parents/carers to take a deep dive into exploring why it can feel so challenging to care for and gain the trust of child or adolescent who has experienced Developmental Trauma. The trainer will support parents and carers to understanding the complex functioning and behaviour of traumatised children and adolescents and how to respond to them in ways which will calm their frightened nervous systems and gain their trust, moving towards the development of a secure attachment.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Suicide and Self-Harm: Understanding and Helping Children and Adolescents who Experience Suicidal Ideation and who use Self-Harm to Cope with Difficult Feelings and Experiences

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • + 30 more

A child or adolescent presenting with self-harming behaviour or suicidal ideation is probably one of the most challenging experiences for carers and professionals alike. This course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and insight to the psychology and emotions of a child or adolescent who is presenting with suicidal ideation or self-harm in order to understand how to best support the young person to feel more emotionally contained and over time to develop the inner resources to be able to regulate their physiology and challenging emotions through self-care rather than self-destruction.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Sunflower Training Programmes & Support Packages

  • Support Packages
  • Training Programmes

Choose your own training programme from the selection we offer, or we can curate a tailored training programme specially for you.

Delivered by

The Sunflower Network

Supporting Children and Adolescents who Experience Significant Sibling and Peer Relationship Problems

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • + 44 more

For children and adolescents navigating the development of sibling and peer relationships can at times feel precarious. While children are developing the skills to manage complex dynamics through the course of their development, they will naturally encounter challenges along the way. This training is designed for carers or professionals supporting children or adolescents in any context or capacity who experience greater than typical struggles in their sibling or peer relationships.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Supporting Children and Adolescents who have Experienced Bereavement and Loss

  • Ambiguous Loss
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment
  • Attunement
  • + 14 more

This training workshop is designed to support anyone caring for or working with children and adolescents to explore the process of grieving as a result of loss, whether through bereavement or separation. Practical strategies will be presented which can support mourning and foster emotional resilience.

Delivered by

Christina Enright

Sunflower Reflective Practice Service

Are you looking for reflective practice or supervisory support for your team and/or team members? The short and long term benefits of investing in such a provision are proven to be significant and wide ranging for both individuals and organisations, especially right now when the need for collective containment, personal and professional wellbeing support and shared strategic learning is so high.

If you would like to source independent group / team reflective practice and / or individual supervision, we can help. The specialist facilitators and supervisors we work with cover a variety of fields, backgrounds and expertise. They are based across the UK and Ireland, with more joining us across the next year.

The support we can offer is totally bespoke to your needs and situation, and will be based around an initial consultation with one of your representatives. If you would like to discuss further, please complete the form at the bottom of the page and our service lead Lucy will be in touch.

Our Facilitators

Reflective Practice Service Lead & Faciltator

Lucy Ingleby

Lucy is a level 7 psychotherapeutic counsellor who is experienced in the education and care sector. She regularly supports children, young people and families, teachers and senior leaders in education, youth justice teams and social workers.

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Facilitator

Helen Craster

A UKCP registered psychotherapist, Helen has extensive experience in many settings including mental health services, social care & the third sector. She facilitates group reflective practice & also offers individual supervision and consultation.

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Facilitator

Marlene Daley

Marlene is a psychodynamic psychotherapist and facilitator, trained at the Tavistock and Portman Clinic London, with over 30 years’ experience. She specialises in short and long-term psychotherapy work with individuals, families and adolescents.

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Gonce Ahmet

Gonce is an integrative Child Psychotherapist, supporting children, young people and families. She specialises in trauma work with adopted and looked after children, and their families. Gonce works with adolescents and young adults presenting with a range of complex needs

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Facilitator

Ange McMillan

Ange has specialised in working with school-based anxiety, anxiety disorders, low mood and self-esteem issues in teenagers (and adults) for fifteen years as a counsellor, parent coach and trainer. It is her mission to help young people and the adults in their lives thrive again

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Vaughan Titheridge

Vaughan is a Dramatherapist, Supervisor, Tutor and Facilitator with 18 years’ experience. He has worked in various settings with different people from 5yrs to 80years old. He specialises working with complex and vicarious trauma, the LGBT+ community of all ages

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Facilitator

Sarah Cowdrey

Sarah is an Integrative Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor. She has a wealth of experience supporting psychotherapists, senior leaders, pastoral teams and SENCOs in the education sector.

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Facilitator

Sofia Remountaki

Sofia is a warm, creative, needs-informed and inclusive Therapist, Supervisor and Facilitator, with years of experience supporting those within the helping professions such as teachers, parents and students.

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Kemi Omijeh

Kemi Omijeh has robust and diverse experience in children’s mental health. A former primary school teacher and child & adolescent therapist, Kemi prioritises early intervention and tangible strategies to support children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

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Sunflower Consultancy

If you need support in a particular specialist area and would like to book a private one to one consultation for either yourself or your place of work, we can facilitate that for you.

The specialists and experts we represent cover a variety of fields, backgrounds and expertise and are based across the UK and Ireland, with more joining us across the next few months.

All consultations are bespoke to your needs and situation. If you are interested in booking some time with one of our team, please complete the form at the bottom of the page and we will be in touch to discuss further.

Our Consultants

Helen Craster

A UKCP registered psychotherapist, Helen has worked in many settings including mental health services, social care & the third sector. She offers training, supervision & consultancy in many areas including working with family systems, looked after C&YP, fostering & adoption.

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Christina Enright

Christina has extensive experience in the field of child mental health & across a variety of roles & settings. She currently works as a Developmental Trauma & Attachment specialist providing training, assessment & clinical interventions for local authorities & in private practice

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Joanna Foster

Joanna has specialised in the field of child firesetting for over 20 years and can provide consultancy services to agencies & professionals working with children & teenagers who set fires, including supervision & reflective practice on cases involving child fire setting behaviour

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Catherine Knibbs

Cath is a Consultant, Educator and Author who speaks publicly about the Digital World and Child Development and Ethics, Rights and Freedoms of People using Tech. She consults on Digital Harms, Technology for Therapy and Data Protection (cybersecurity/safety)

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Dr Anna Markham

Anna is a Forensic Psychologist specialising in consultancy areas including forensic issues, risk assessment and management (violence, harmful sexual behaviour, general offending behaviours and fire-setting), family work and emotional well-being in children and young people.

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Lou Mason

Lou is our Founder & MD, in addition to a very successful career as a television producer & director for over 25 years. Areas of consultancy include Setting Up in Private Practice, the Creation & Production of Workshops, and advice around Presentation, Delivery & Media Training.

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Ange McMillan

Ange is a BACP accredited counsellor, Supervisor, NLP Coach and Mental health trainer. She is a director of a successful training and consultancy business specialising in Teenage Mental health and works as a therapist in private practice.

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Louis Weinstock

Child Psychotherapist, Social Entrepreneur, Co-Founder and CEO of Apart of Me – a charity that guides children through loss and trauma, author of ‘How The World Is Making Our Children Mad, And What To Do About It.’

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Kemi Omijeh

Kemi Omijeh is an experienced Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor, with over a decade experience working with children, young people, and their families. Kemi’s expertise and experience is predominantly working with schools and school-based CAMHS services

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