Deborah Barnett - TLG West London – Alternative Provision
“Students at TLG with complex home lives and challenging behaviour have really benefited from the Stephen Graham project workshops and active mentoring program. Having someone outside of the school staff team to talk to, learn strategies to improve behaviour, and avoid conflict has made a big difference to behaviour and classroom engagement in our school.”
Carol Archibald - The Avenues Youth Project
“All trauma workshops are not created equally and this is very much the case with the trauma workshop that was delivered here at the Avenues Youth Project, by Stephen Graham.  Informative, thought provoking engaging, Stephen’s down to earth and honest approach to young people and trauma had our members riveted and asking questions in abundance.  Will definitely be inviting Stephen back.”
Jenni Hutchinson - New Level Academy – Alternative Provision
“New Level Academy is an alternative provision school for young people in educational crisis. They may have been excluded, or be at risk of exclusion. Some have social workers and/or YOS workers because they, or someone in their family, are involved in crime, antisocial behaviour or drug use. Most of our students find it difficult to concentrate and engage in school work.”
Phil Thain - Future Skills Training
“We employed Stephen to deliver a 6 week film project with our young people who are referred to us from our local PRU. The group of young people we have at present are extremely challenging presenting a variety of behaviour and concentration issues that made it very difficult for us to run the sessions as we planned. However, Stephen was very adaptable, and obviously understood where the young people were coming from.”

Yvonne Williams - Potential Mentoring CIC
“As a specialist mentor, Stephen was focused on working with young people aged between 12 – 18 years, in danger of affiliating to or actively involved in gang lifestyle.”

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