ABOUT US

Inspire Training Group are the leading experts in Therapeutic Parenting and Trauma.

 

Inspire Training Group was established in 2007 and draws on the experience of a number of professionals including Attachment specialists within the therapeutic community, adopters and foster carers. The real life experience of those working on the project is highly valued by the families who receive our help.

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We often hear that the only way to truly understand the reality of how it feels to live with a person with Developmental Trauma is to have that experience oneself. As a result of this we have found that parents are open to our ideas and input as we have used the methods ourselves, lived through it, and gained results.

OUR TEAM

Sarah Naish

MD qualified as a social worker in 1991 and is a Therapeutic Parent of five adopted children. It is this experience that was applied to our successful therapeutic model within the fostering agency she previously owned, which she has since sold and set up Inspire Training Group.

Sarah Dillon

Therapist and a registered member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists. Child and adult therapist for those with attachment difficulties, complex and developmental trauma. Attachment Consultant for numerous Fostering Agencies delivering Therapeutic Parenting Training courses to parents and social workers throughout the Midlands and North of England.

Jane Mitchell

An independent trainer working primarily in the field of adoption, fostering and social care. Has been independent since January 2015, having been a trainer for Adoption UK for 10 years, as well as a tutor in Health and Social Care and Childcare in a college for 5 years.

Rosie Jefferies

Rosie has 12 years child care experience. She also has first-hand experience of being therapeutically re parented and is an advocate for children in care. Rosie is currently Panel Member for a Therapeutic Fostering Agency. Author of Therapeutic Children's Books.

Sair Penna

With a background in early years (BA Hons) and teaching (PGCE), Sair has experience of working with children and their families for the past 15 years, as an early year’s practitioner, lecturer and parenting tutor to teenage and young parents.

Helen Tavner

With a background in early childhood studies, and experience of mentoring learners in a work environment. Helen provides learner support and manages the enrolment process for the Centre of Therapeutic Parenting Studies.

Glynis Hough

Glynis is a therapeutic foster carer and former Social Worker. Glynis also worked for Foster Talk as an advocate - working on behalf of foster carers who had serious allegations made against them. In 2015 Glynis became involved with Therapeutic Parenting as a result of needing support with highly complex children. Glynis completed the Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting and now enjoys supporting all parents via The National Association of Therapeutic Parents (NAOTP) and Therapeutic Parenting both as an advisor, NAOTP Listening Circle Co-Ordinator, Super Mentor and delivering training.

Jess Grace

Jess is a therapeutic parent to two adopted children and supports families locally in her area as a super mentor for the NATP.

She qualified as a social worker, prior to this worked with women and children who had suffered trauma from women’s refuges to therapeutic residential children’s homes.

Jess spent several years managing a 16 bed accommodation for teenage parents and worked with the workers, the young mums and their babies to help build attachments and promote healthy development.

Although working with large family networks a lot of her work has been with adolescents and young adults in a relationship based trauma focussed way. Jess currently manages a team working with women who have complex and multiple needs stemming from early childhood trauma.

Alongside her Social work degree Jess has Post Graduate qualifications in practice education, management, training and systemic family practice and is currently studying towards her MSc in Psychology focussing her research in developmental trauma.

Cara Jones

I have life experience as a foster child and being placed in a foster home, two group homes (residential placements) and three hospital placements.  My life experience gives me valuable understanding in the lives of children who have experienced trauma.  Therapy and years of learning have given me valuable insight into life before and after Therapeutic Parenting.

Degree in Psychology Graduating Summa cum laude

Minor Degree in Bible Studies Graduating Summa cum laude

Diploma In Therapeutic Parenting

Therapeutic parent for 28 years

Current Therapeutic Foster Carer

Vice Chair and Safe Guarding Governor

Experience in both American and British school systems

Mentor for Foster Carers

Has done training for individual and large groups regarding therapeutic parenting

Moderator for Therapeutic Parenting Face book page

NATP lifetime member and moderator

Danielle Whatling-Gleadall

Danielle's daily responsibilities include answering the telephone, dealing with enquiries, confirming information for course bookings. Helping Rosie in the office, Danielle helps towards the completion of training tasks, sorting calendars, booking venues for training and assisting our trainers with their training resources/needs.

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