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Caroline Canfield-M’Caw originally qualified as a medical doctor and worked in both General Practice and Psychiatry before going on to develop her interests in group work, mentoring and children’s spirituality. She has extensive experience of facilitating groups and working with children and young people in schools and beyond.
As well as being a member of the Royal College of Physicians, the Royal College of General Practitioners and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, Caroline has Diplomas in Child Health, Family Planning, and Children’s Ministry, and certificates in Group Facilitation and Mentoring & Coaching. Since joining Hope’s Place in 2011, she has continued to develop her skills with training in:
Healthy relationships and teen abuse, the impact of the Internet on sex and relationships, substance misuse, encouraging ‘Delay and Positive Choice’ in sexual relationships among young people, working with BME young people, New Psychoactive Substances and Club Drugs as well as training to deliver the CRUSH Course.
Caroline also has a Diploma in Group Analysis and in another role conducts therapeutic groups and sees individuals for one-to-one therapy.
Caroline was well prepared, calm and patient. She was able to respond appropriately whenever a girl threw a curve- ball into the group. Without making it obvious to the girls she was careful to include everyone and she gave girls the time and space to feel comfortable in the group
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