Why Choose Us?


We are a wellbeing training consultancy.  We have expertise to provide the education and tools to equip people address common problem areas affecting their lives.  These issues include drugs, alcohol, video gaming, gambling, eating disorders, loss/grief, stress, bullying, anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicide, separation, divorce and communication skills.  We deliver evidence-based experiential learning training and lectures.


Evidence-based refers to any concept or strategy that is derived from or informed by objective  evidence.

We are research informed, which means, being informed about current research on what helps and what doesn’t help, and using this knowledge in our practice and in our training.


Experiential Learning is a four-stage cyclical theory of learning, Kolb’s experiential learning theory is a holistic perspective that combines experience, perception, cognition, and behavior.  Our training is designed to combine these stages of learning


Grainne O Kane has recruited associates with specialist expertise in the core issues of drugs, alcohol, loss, grief, anxiety, depression, suicide, self harm, loss and grief, stress, bullying, adolescents and patient advocacy.  All associates are competent and experienced trainers committed to facilitating experiential learning practices and evidence-based research We recognize the importance of evidence-based research which informs both our practice and training. 


Grainne O Kane BSoc Sc, Hdip CYW, HDip RDS, MA Equality; an experienced rehabilitation specialist skilled in troubleshooting and developing care pathways, facilitating client progression, coordinating case management.


Based upon principles of evidence based practice, Gráinne works at a local level with both services and clients, regional level with multidisciplinary teams and at a national level contributing to the national screening and brief intervention project.


Over the past 20 years, Gráinne's leadership and project management skills have led to projects such as the female offenders programme, the hospital liaison initiative; coordinating interdisciplinary teams including dual diagnosis, housing and homelessness, child welfare, under 18's, mental health. Her interpersonal skills and organisational analysis informs her astute consultancy and training design to meet target audience and organisational objectives.