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How do your children see you? Our behaviour and attitude matters! Some years ago I came across the poem “Children learn what they live” by Dorothy Law Nolte. It resonated greatly with me, especially as a mother of two primary school children. I printed it off, framed it and put it in the hallway to […]
The Samaritans are extraordinary listeners and in this article Wendy shares some of her own experience and tips to better engage and energise the people in our online meetings. We may be in a virtual world but we can still listen deeply, to understand and connect if we try.
Exam time is that time of year where many children and teenagers are worried and anxious because they have exams coming up. Teachers start to mention dates and revision timetables. Parents start asking questions about whether they are doing enough work. Suddenly, GCSE’s are becoming a reality and it seems to take them by surprise. […]
Sarah MooresManchester High School for Girls – Head of year 11 and Well Being
I approached Wendy to work with the girls across the school (Years 7-13) within our Well Being Programme to help them to manage their emotional health in a positive way to try to cope with pressure, work through stress/anxiety provoking situations and empower them to achieve their goals.Read Sarah Moores's full thoughts...
Linda ParrishDirector of Care, Sea Shell Trust
“I moved my chair back into the sunlight.” I would recommend Wendy to any colleague who may have lost their way professionally or otherwise. I came to you when I was having a difficult time in a new job role.Read Linda Parrish's full thoughts...
Jenny MorganDirector ‘This is MC2’ Manchester
The emotional health and well-being workshop was very well planned and perfectly pitched for our team of future leaders. Feedback from attendees was really encouraging and we have all put in place positive changes in our daily lives.Read Jenny Morgan's full thoughts...
Kiera, Age 17National Swimmer
I was a body length behind at the last turn and my sessions with Wendy gave me the belief that I could win – I won the race on the touch.