ABLE Training Courses



Building strong communication and relationships supports meaningful interactions, with benefits for service providers, patients, families and children. We also support you in managing your boundaries for your own wellbeing.

Relationships matter.

Relationships in practice matter.

Studies shows that practitioners’ ability to listen, understand and empathise impacts on health and wellbeing outcomes.

We help you to develop those skills.

Our accredited ABLE training courses include emerging scientific insights from the fields of Relationship Theory, Infant Mental Health, Childhood Development and Interpersonal Neurobiology to help you understand what may be going on for service users.

Our courses have been developed in response to feedback and evaluations from our trainers, participants and commissioners.

Each course is tailored for specific practitioners, with relevant scenarios and content to help you to identify with situations in your routine work.

ABLE Training Courses

ABLE brief intervention training for frontline practitioners working in the healthcare, social, youth, justice, disability and community sectors.

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How our training helps you/your organisation

A new framework for building good relationships in practice.

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How our training helps service users

The gift of time, attention and respect.

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ABLE Training Courses

ABLE is a brief intervention model to help you to understand how you might support someone who turns to you for help.

[LINK TO ABLE VIDEO OF THE MODEL HERE].

Who is it for?

Any frontline practitioner working in healthcare, social care or education in community or voluntary roles.

What does our training give you?

  1. Interpersonal skills and knowledge to help build your confidence in engaging with service users so that you can develop relationships of trust.
  2. A framework to manage your boundaries of time, role and competence during difficult interactions so that you can look after your own wellbeing.

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How our training helps you/your organisation

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How our training helps service users

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Click here to read our case study on first-hand experience of our training

“In my role, love and respect can’t be contained in a box but I now have the confidence and skills to end an intervention while leaving the door open for future conversations.”

Community Community Development Co-ordinator, The Lantern Project

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