from the homepage you will be able to stream video clips that we use in our workshops and access our FREE e learning portal. Some learners find that they are able to view this site better on their lap top or desk top rather than their phone. Chrome is the most reliable platform.To access our full range of resources you will need to request to register with Groupsite. ON MOBILE PHONES YOU MAY INITIALLY SEE A SIGN UP FORM- PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO A LINK TO THE FULL SITE (usually bottom left corner of the screen)
Caring for ourselves with kindness and compassion involves paying attention to our bodies and minds as well as to our environment, including connections with other people. This family wellness programme is all about relationships and connections but remember that regular exercise and balanced nutrition as well as quality sleep are also really important.
'for Ngangkari Aboriginal people living in Central Australia, alpiri speeches happen before dawn, preparing hearts and minds for the day ahead. One of the most influential happenings in my life was taking part in these meetings while working with the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunyrtjatjara Women's Council in 1989' Dr Sarah Temple Director EHCAP Ltd
This ebook was created by Dr Sarah Temple in the summer of 2019 and provides a summary of how the Mindful Emotion Coaching and Adverse Childhood Experience (MACE) approach has been developed through collaborative projects in Somerset, Essex and Hampshire.