We work with frontline practitioners to support their understanding of the powerful impact of positive relationships in practice.
Through our training, advocacy work, collaborations and evaluation work, we see their warm and interested responses. Knowing that relationships are a key social determinate of health and wellbeing is a first step to making a difference in the lives of the patients, customers, clients and service users they support.
The quality of a relationship between a practitioner and a client/patient has the potential to enhance the service itself at its core and impact positively on health and wellbeing outcomes.
We have trained over 4,000 practitioners to date and in Ireland. Our vision is that all frontline practitioners are empowered with the skills and resources to respond in a sensitive and focused way when someone turns to them for help, particularly during times of change or relational distress.
Here we share ‘The voice of practitioners’, some of the feedback from previous participants on our ABLE brief intervention training course.