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Sharing new perspectives about communication and the skills of healthy relationships; negotiation, compassion, empathy and assertiveness, are at the heart of all that we do.


Through our integrated training, we aim to increase skills, knowledge and confidence to talk about, address, assess, manage and support children, young people, families and adults around these issues.


Informal public learning oppurtunities through MO@Home allow us to to offer informal discussion with groups of friends around sensitive topics like children's behaviour, healthy relationships, consent, communication, alcohol and other drugs, mental health and emotional wellbeing and puberty and sexual health. 



Our commitment is to deliver credible and current training and learning opportunities

Learning about these subjects can be challenging and, on occassion, an emotional experience.  Our trainers are confident and competent in their subject, skilled at managing groups and able to sensitively deal with the responses of learners.

To ensure trainer and learner safety, two co-facilitators deliver any training over two hours in length.