Boxing for NEURODIVERSITY & SEND age 14-19

A wonderful gym creating a safe & inclusive place for children/young people to come and try boxing. Jack is a fab coach, both my kids train here and he has helped them both immensely, in different ways. NEURODIVERSITY & SEND Here at Training Cave we are proud to offer a safe and controlled environment for…

News Alert – BACP CYP Conference

I am really pleased to announce that I have been asked to present a workshop on CYP & Neurodiversity for the BACP CYP Conference on Saturday 27/3/21. It’s been a little last minute and slightly panicking but I have managed to pull together the workshop over the weekend, pre record the session and get it…

BACP – Blog published

I am really pleased that a recent blog I wrote for Neurodiversity Celebration week has been published on the BACP (British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapy) website today. Please click on the link below to have a read. https://www.bacp.co.uk/news/news-from-bacp/blogs/2021/17-march-celebrating-neurodiversity/  

Neurodiverse Celebration week is here!!

This week is Neurodiverse Celebration week so promote in your schools, in your work place or celebrate someone you know who is Neurodiverse. This week i am celebrating all my neurodivergent clients and my son. Please see link below for a list of their events this week. https://www.neurodiversity-celebration-week.com/2021-neurodiversity-week-events https://www.neurodiversity-celebration-week.com/neurodiversty-celebration-week-2021

Eating Disorder Awareness WEEK – 1st – 7th March 2021

https://www.bacp.co.uk/about-therapy/what-therapy-can-help-with/eating-disorders/?utm_source=LinkedIn&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Orlo https://www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/edaw This year, Eating Disorders Awareness Week is focusing on binge eating disorder. Binge eating disorder will affect one in fifty people in their lifetime, and one in six affected attempts suicide. Binge eating disorder will affect one in fifty of us in our lifetime, it is the most common but least understood. It isn’t…