Our Approach

There has been a 77% rise in the number of children needing specialist treatment for severe mental health

The Challenges

  • Mental health is at crisis point in schools
  • Teachers across the UK are showing signs of depression
  • Growing crisis of mental ill-health in schools
  • Vulnerable children are not accessing any education
  • Record 420,000 children a month in England treated for mental health problems

How We Can Help You

We are committed to improving mental well-being and life chances of families by improving the social, emotional, and mental health of young people.

Our Empowering Approach:

  • PRACTICAL RESOURCES:  We educate you on effective techniques and printable resources
  • TRAINING:  We level the playing field of knowledge and understanding
  • SUPPORT: We coach, mentor, and empower you




What it looks like

Practical Resources/Tools

We educate you in a variety of alternative, holistic tools that are focused on calming a dysregulated nervous system and releasing emotional overwhelm.

These include:

  • Emotional Freedom Technique (Tapping)
  • Applied Relaxation Technique
  • Breathwork
  • Meditations
  • Grounding Techniques
  • Bilateral Integration Techniques
  • Positive Mindset Strategies
  • CBT Coaching
  • NLP Coaching
  • Vague Nerve Stimulation

Support Services

Our approach is a journey of support and as such, we include access to:

  • Monthly coffee mornings
  • Therapeutic workshops to show you techniques
  • Relaxation sessions
  • Family coaching
  • Child/Young person coaching
  • Mentoring services for professionals
  • Consultancy


Knowledge and understanding is vital in the process of supporting a young person’s emotional health.

As such, we include access to on-demand training to support families and professionals.  This growing bank of training will level the playing field of knowledge – empowering everyone.

This includes:

  • Executive functions + ADHD
  • Understanding and Using Grounding Techniques
  • Lego-based Therapy Interventions
  • Art Therapy Interventions
  • Improving Attachment through Play
  • Understanding the Polyvagal Theory




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