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Training Sessions

Book our latest training sessions

Our experienced Therapists deliver training for parents, professionals, specialists, local authorities, in fact anyone who wants to learn more about a specific subject relating to a young person’s neurological and developmental difficulties.

All sessions are fully CPD accredited. Details will be provided prior to the event for online webinars. None of our sessions are recorded, slides are unable to be sent out, and these are non-refundable.

Face to Face training will, on the whole, be delivered at local venues in Somerset. If you or your organisation wish to host a course in other areas of the country, please contact us to discuss.

All event bookings are via Eventbrite, and booking is essential.

Dyslexia, Dyspraxia & Dysgraphia

10th January 2024 – 10am – 11:30am

£15 – Online (Zoom)

We will cover:

What Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Dysgraphia are

The symptoms of these conditions

How to assess and practical strategies to support at home and in the classroom.

Managing Behaviour

5th February 2024 – 4:30 pm – 6 pm

£15 – Online (Zoom) Sponsored by FiveEducation

We will cover:

Understanding what ADHD, ODD, CD and PDA are. The associated behaviours linked to each of these conditions, and how these conditions develop.

You will also learn how we support these behaviours, strategies to prevent behaviours from getting worse and how to boost self-esteem.


20th March 2024- 4:30pm – 6pm

£15 – Online (Zoom) – Sponsored by FiveEducation

We will cover:

What Autism is, what it looks like in girls, the associated behaviours, why these behaviours occur and how to support these behaviours.

We also look at behaviour in general and how to de-escalate situations.

We have a number of training sessions for parents and carers of children and young adults with neurological or developmental difficulties or professionals, ready to book now:

“It felt comfortable and informal, Chelsey clearly has a great deal of knowledge, fascinating to learn more – I could see several behaviours in my own children (and my husband and I when we talked about the adult behaviours!)”

“Being part of a small group – lots of opportunity to talk and discuss. The opportunity to discuss how needs can be further met within the classroom setting where possible – we have increasing numbers of young children presenting with significant sensory (and co-related) needs.”

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If you or your organisation wish to host a course in other areas of the country please contact us to discuss.