The programme consists of 20 x 1 hour individual sessions over a period of 6 months. In addition to this there will be ‘homework’ to be completed in between meetings. The programme is a discreet, focussed and effective intervention for individuals who are unable to attend group programmes. Reports of the client’s engagement with the programme can be prepared for court, social services, CAFCASS etc.
Simon is a professional, committed and motivated individual who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his work to support those individuals who want to make changes to their behaviour and to professionals who wish to train in this field.Sally Fawcett Domestic Abuse Coordinator, Wakefield Metropolitan District Council
Simon has worked with Respect on our intervention for young people who use abusive behaviour towards a parent/carer, supervising practice and contributing to the success of the intervention. He is professional, experienced and committed to changing abusive behaviour and I hope Simon continues to contribute to our work for years to come.Neil Blacklock Development Director, Respect
We offer training and supervision for practitioners wanting to work with perpetrators of domestic abuse and teen to parent abuse. Our training sessions are highly experiential, impactful and memorable. Training packages can be tailored to meet the particular requirements of your organisation, as can supervision contracts.
Simon has a wealth of experience and insight in the field of working with men and boys. Over the past decade I have had the privilege to sit in numerous professional training and personal development sessions facilitated by Simon which have been invaluable both in my professional role and personal life.Pete Robinson Director, The B.R.A.V.E Project, Bradford
Previous clients include:-
I thought you were compelling as a trainer/ facilitator. You wore your personal and professional experience lightly but it shone through, and helped create the safe environment needed.J L Training participant
The level of experience of the trainers in working with this complex issue shone through and they were able to provide numerous examples of the challenges and responses related to the work with both parents and young people.J B Leeds YOS
Simon Roe initially trained as a body psychotherapist and has spent much of his career focusing on men’s issues. He has over 12 years frontline experience of working with perpetrators of domestic violence and was responsible for the implementation, development and delivery of the highly regarded male perpetrator programme for Wakefield MDC from 2004 – 2016.
He was also instrumental in the ongoing development and delivery of a teen to parent abuse programme for WMDC from 2009 - 2016 which is now embedded into practice. Simon has designed and delivered training packages for working with both adult & teenage perpetrators and is a Respect approved trainer and supervisor. He is a fully accredited member of The Association of Facilitators - for more information please visit http://www.associationoffacilitators.co.uk
An old Cherokee chief was teaching his grandson about life...
"A fight is going on inside me," he said to the boy.
"It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves.
One is evil - he is rage, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, self-doubt, and ego.
The other is good - he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.
This same fight is going on inside you - and inside every other person, too."
The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather, "Which wolf will win?" The old chief simply replied, "The one you feed."