founder of science of violence and co-author of sov practitioner training
Dinah is a senior practitioner in the serious youth violence sector with a reputation for innovation and best known for the quality of her practitioner training and her bespoke work with individuals transitioning out of violent lifestyles.
Dinah is a passionate communicator with an uncompromising style and a unique gift for making complex psychological concepts accessible to diverse groups. It is her ability to raise the self-awareness of the young people and the frontline professionals she works with that underpins the success of her work.
associate and co-author of soviet practitioner training
Amanda has a proven track record in the design and delivery of innovative work with over fifteen years experience of delivering training to youth professionals, The Police, YOS officers, Prison Officers and young people across the UK.
Amanda designed and delivered conflict management programmes for award-winning organisation Leap Confronting Conflict including their knife and serious youth violence programme delivered in young offender institutions and their interagency gangs programme.
Amanda has a background in drama therapy and brings unparalleled sensitivity and creative flair to her practice.