A workbook and study guide to help develop practice in the area of home visiting people at risk of addiction, antisocial and offending behaviour. The work book contains a series of questions to guide practitioners through reflecting and developing their home visiting practice.
A workbook and study guide developed to help practitioners consider how they can engage the faith of service users to help support their change journey. The guide first considers some of the personal fundamentals faith might provide service users before going on to consider how a service users faith might impact on the practitioners approach to working with them.
A training workbook designed to help volunteers and lay people grasp a basic understanding of the skills, knowledge and approaches to help them work with people to journey from addiction and offending behaviour.
Now also available as a free online resource by following the link below:
We also produce Discover: The Learning Journal of the Metanoeo Academy and Guild.
Discover is published every six months (summer and winter). Current and previous copies are available to download below.
All of our multi-media projects are designed to engage a positive approach to thinking about, and working with, the marginalised, disadvantaged, troubled and troublseome. Below are links to some of our work:
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