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Mother and Son

About FACE

Face Family Advice was set up to help parents like you.  With the stresses and strains of modern life, our children and young adults have never been under more pressure.  We aim to offer advice, tips and support to parents who want to get the best out of their family relationships and need new tools to do that.

 

We offer bespoke training for groups and professional bodies too.

Contact us for details and pricing

The face of FACE

Jane Keyworth

Jane Keyworth, therapist, teacher, strengthening families facilitator, has 30 years experience working directly with young people, adults and families.  Having worked in  London and Dorset in the South West of England, Jane saw that from the city to the countryside there appeared to be a need for simple, affordable and reliable advice that all parents can follow.  Jane passionately wanted to empower more parents and give them the confidence to face their family issues and so FACE was born.  Jane is the lead facilitator and trainer at FACE and delivers the online courses.  Not convinced?  Read the testimonials.

What qualifies Jane to talk about these topics?

She  has a British Psychological Society Approved Degree in Psychology, specialised in Child Development; an Advanced Diploma in Counselling; a Post-grad in Motivational Interviewing; qualifications in Teaching and Assessing; a Strengthening Families facilitator. Working knowledge of ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy), CBT, Transactional Analysis (TA). The interventions she shares with parents are taken from these approaches. 

Jane is an addiction specialist working front-line with young people and adults suffering from addiction; ran the Training Department of a large addiction treatment centre; specialises in working with low motivation groups and the 'hard to reach learner' such as those in addiction, criminal justice service (and teenagers!).

 

Jane has delivered training for County Council staff (including safeguarding, foster carer support, NAS & FAS awareness), hospitals, probation, schools, colleges, learning centres and social care teams. 

She is also the mother of three (one child who is dyslexic and ADHD) and the stepmother of one autistic child.

Her passion is to help parents and services who support children.

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