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Martin is passionate about helping people to make the changes they want. He offers:

  • Do Something Different programmes: for personal and professional development, to break habits and bring about lasting change in behaviour. This award winning online and coaching approach was developed by Professors Fletcher and Pine of the University of Hertfordshire. For individuals, communities and schools; for businesses and organisations.
  • Safeguarding training and consultancy: specialising in communication and engagement with children, young people and families. Martin can share his 30 years of work, research and training to develop your skills across all service areas.

Martin is part of a small team intending to improve the lives of 1 million people. He is a registered member of the Health and Care Professionals Council.

Martin Bailey
Msc BA DipSW Bsc
MBASW HCPC

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  • Coaching: I contracted Martin to assist with non-line management mentoring support for a colleague managing Safeguarding Children casework and the pressures of working in a non-social work environment. He has provided excellent support, analysis and a creative challenge for the colleague, assisting his development. Top qualities: Great Results, Personable and High Integrity.

    May 7, 2012 Graeme Buck, Senior Manager, Stevenage Borough Council

  • Training (2012) : I feel ready to try using the techniques I have learned with difficult parents

    Amy, course delegate

  • Training (2012) : This course has given me so many visual tools to use with children- I will go on an use them

    Sandra, course delegate

  • Training (2012) : I can’t remember the last time that I actually came away from training and felt sorry to be leaving and more importantly that I can actually make use of it! So for that I thank you

    Anon, Social Worker

  • Training (2012) : A really excellent short course- we will be booking this again

    Hertfordshire, Safeguarding Children’s Board Training Manager

  • Research: “This is an excellent piece of research. It is so important to involve people who use services”

    Assistant Director, Hertfordshire