As Parent Support Manager, Jyoti’s influence and care extends throughout the mentoring system.
She is a guiding hand both for the Mentor Supervisors and their mentors, making sure that everyone has a network of people they can turn to for advice.
Everyone is treated equally no matter their role because we are all learning from each other’.
Apologies to family and friends for the lack of updates.Can't believe it's been almost a year since I last updated this section (Tempus fugit)!In the coming weeks I shall be splitting this website into two separate sites.As you know I offer free website templates and design resources from this site as well as featuring my photographs, travel experiences and family stuff.‘Everything we do has a therapeutic edge’, says Linda.
Mirjam is a Mentor Supervisor, which means she is responsible for ‘mentoring the mentors’: assisting them in their new, sometimes daunting, roles.
I grew some alpine strawbs for the first time last summer and Charlotte picked and consumed a considerable portion of the bumper harvest I got ....
which is a great way to make sure she gets fresh fruit.
Linda’s classes put as much focus on emotional guidance as on the syllabus itself, and she believes that this contextual understanding of parents’ lives is a key point of difference of being a tutor at The Parent House.
She points to educational theorist Carl Rogers’ concept of ‘unconditional positive regard’ as a key influence in her classroom practice.
Prior to her current role, Jyoti was formerly a prison officer, an Employment Officer, a parent support officer on a youth offending team and a Parent Support Worker at Barnardo’s.