(Family Psychotherapist and mediator)
Michaels is a skilled and trained mediator experienced in working with people in conflict. He has for many years been a Family Psychotherapist reaching the top of his profession whilst working with families and parenting issues. He was involved in parenting workshops with Exploring Parenthood in the 1980’s. He is also a coach and organisation consultant helping people to improve the relationships in home and in work. Michael has two children.
Kim is a highly qualified and knowledgeable in the field of post-divorce families and blended families. She is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist registered with the Health Professions Council. She is a coach specialising in relationship difficulties. A step parent for 25 years and mother of 2 children, she understands first-hand the complexities, difficulties and joys of blending two families.
Founder- Be Stepwise
Alison is an experienced and expert specialist step-parenting practitioner. She holds a Post -Graduate Certificate in systemic practice with families and couples, is a trained parenting group facilitator, is a qualified coach and mentor. In a previous career she was a management consultant. She was a step-child, has four brothers and a half-sister and became a step-mother to two children when she married and has two children of her own.
For 20 years Sue has been helping individuals to make the changes they want in their work and their life. She supports her clients by empowering them to reflect on their situation, explore their options and discover their own personal solution. Since her separation she has experienced first-hand the ups and downs of life with a new partner and his family as well as the impact on her children.
(Coach and facilitator)
Agnes has delivered courses to parents in schools since 2007. She works as an inter-cultural coach – with relocating executives and their families. Agnes has co-authored ‘swings and round-a-bouts’ – a self-coach book for parents and those wishing to become parents (Karnac Books).
Sarah is an experienced bereavement counsellor for Trinity Hospice. She holds a Post-Graduate Qualification in this field. Following a successful career in commerce, working in both private and public sector, Sarah is now a coach working with individuals and teams to resolve difficult business and personal issues. She has two children and lives in a blended family.