cropped-img_10271735-211.jpgLittle-mouse training can offer your service advice and training on working with children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse.

Ann Dix is an experienced dramatherapist and school counsellor. She delivers training for Leeds City Council and at the Child Centre for Mental Health, as well as in schools and for other professionals.

Ann has written a children’s picture book called Little-mouse Finds a Safe Place (2016 Worth Publishing Ltd) which is designed to help parents and professionals support children who have experienced domestic abuse and help them work through and safely express their feelings.

Little-mouse Finds a Safe Place has been described as” a vital book for children who have known domestic violence, currently or in the past. Moving, validating and modelling that essential empowerment to inspire and support children to move forward to a better life.” Dr Margot Sunderland, Director, Centre for Child Mental Health

Ann has also developed an eight week group work programme called Little Voices which uses the character of Little-mouse to work with children aged 7 – 12AHA UK 2018 'I'm a FINALIST!' logo[7634]