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Our Purpose

Our vision is clear, we want every child, wherever they are in the world, to be part of a safe and nurturing family that will allow them and future generations the best possible start in life.

We understand how important early experiences in relationships are for the growth and well-being of children, and how these experiences can have a lasting impact throughout their lives.

Our commitment is unwavering when it comes to supporting healthy, nurturing and responsive relationships. With over 25 years of experience working directly with frontline staff and families, we have enabled the early years’ workforce to provide high quality, meaningful support to families, helping them to make and sustain positive changes. We truly believe in the value of nurturing relationships, this is why we take the time to listen, reflect and learn from the views and experiences of everyone we work with.

Relationships, mental health and wellbeing are at the heart of all our programmes. Underpinned by attachment and social learning theory and by drawing on the latest research, listening to our practitioners and group participants, we have developed a family of evidence-based parenting programmes that are culturally and contextually sensitive. Our programmes support parents and children throughout the perinatal period, as well as parents with learning difficulties and parents who have a child with disabilities. They are trauma-informed and specifically designed to engage with and support parents and children with complex social and emotional care needs who are living with mental health difficulties, experiencing child protection issues, substance abuse, domestic conflict or economic deprivation.

We understand that often the families who need support the most are the least likely to access it. That's why we strongly emphasize building a trusting relationship from the start. We are passionate about providing accessible, evidence-informed programme’s that are compassionate and supportive.

We know any intervention is only as good as the workforce delivering it. Our goal is to create a strong, confident and skilled workforce who feel equipped and have the tools they need to support families most in need. We work with colleagues and partners to bridge the gap between practice, policy and research, and we strive to find innovative ways to provide long-term and sustainable projects to advance perinatal and infant mental health services and strengthen parent-child relationships globally!


In line with the UNCRC, our Child Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment (CRWIA) helps challenge us to focus on the impact of our programmes on children and young people. It helps us to ensure we listen to them and work to promote and support their interests.

Read our Child Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment.