Training young people means that the outcomes they achieve will offer greater and wider benefits beyond the short term and potentially throughout their life.

As they use our interventions and influence other people in their lives, they create further beneficiaries of our work through a ripple effect.

All young people initially explore how the difficulties they experience shape their own perceptions and interpretations.

By applying our model to their own issues, young people develop an understanding of the dynamics at play and learn to recognise their own feelings, reactions and patterns of behaviour.


This lays the foundation for addressing issues successfully and provides the following,

Interpersonal Outcomes 

  • Increased empathy and awareness of others’ needs
  • Increased knowledge of negotiation and resolution strategies
  • Improved communication, negotiation and assertiveness
  • Better at managing the impact of negative relationships and increased network of positive relationships

Personal Outcomes

  • Increased emotional intelligence
  • Greater Focus of control and self-efficiency
  • Improved well-being and resilience

These outcomes benefit other areas of their life as an increase in their capability to address and resolve relationship issues, help to develop their confidence to take on new challenges and grow their sense of accomplishment.

This means they are more likely and able to engage and succeed in education, volunteering, work and local challenges.