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We help you to develop confident, curious, creative and capable children and young people with tools and training.
Tools and training grounded in established neuroscience, attachment theory, child development, and play and the creative arts.
Find out more about the Thrive Approach and its impact by joining our Relationship Managers for a webinar with Q&A session.
Thrive training is not like any other training you will have experienced: do not expect to be instructed from the front!
NEW Forging New Connections Keynote Speaker
We are delighted that Dr Mona Delahooke, a clinical and consulting paediatric psychologist from American, and Dr Kim Golding will be joining us as keynote speakers for 2021.
Grounded in established neuroscience, attachment theory, child development, and play and the creative arts.
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