Relationships and human connection stand at the heart of our work so we are excited at the prospect of delivering our training in person again.
On 28th September and 12th &13th October, we will be delivering our 3-Day ABLE brief intervention course in person at the Wisdom Centre in Dublin, subject to guidelines.
We warmly invite practitioners in community or voluntary roles in healthcare, social care and the justice sector to join us in this welcoming space.
This is an opportunity to develop your understanding of how quality relationships in practice lead to improved health and wellbeing outcomes.
Our evidenced informed ABLE (Adopt a relational approach, Build & Boundary, Listen and Empower & End) aims to strengthen your capacity to build supportive relationships in practice by responding in a sensitive and focussed way when someone turns to you for help.
The course content includes insights from the fields of relationship theory, infant mental health, childhood development and much more.
Our ABLE model also gives you a framework to follow during an intervention so that you can manage your time and boundaries for your own health and wellbeing.
Our course is co-facilitated by two of our licensed trainers and includes a follow-up Relationships in Practice refresher session to embed the learning into your practice.
Please join us in this reflective and nurturing small group learning space. You can book your place here.