sally-ann-hart Welcome to my site, I hope you like it! It is intended to be a resource for those who have received training from me as well as somewhere for prospective clients to find information about the types of training I am able to offer. I will also be regularly posting general stuff about what I'm involved with at the moment. quotation_marks_close

Sally Ann  

Where did that one go?

Oh my word, just realised the last time I sat down and updated my blog was way back in July and now it’s only one more sleep ’til Christmas! I don’t know where this year has gone although I am well aware of what a truly awful and yet, at the same time, awesome one it has been. Those of you who either delight or despair at the deluge of Tweets that are constantly delivered to various devices will know only too well news of heart-wrenching and heart-warming events. perhaps before your nearest and dearest. And I wonder if this is one of the reasons my attention has been diverted from blogging and choosing instead to employ 140 characters at least daily via Twitter. This is also the platform that has provided some inspiring ‘short stories’ as well as a Network of ‘strangers’ who I may never meet, but feel like I know.

Thank you for all the follows, retweets, likes and direct messages – already looking forward to lots more informative ‘conversations’ in 2017. So with eyes well and truly set on all the hopeful opportunities the next 12 months could bring and in an attempt to build healthy and safe networks that both inform and inspire I heartily recommend the following ‘Tweeters’ to you: @jcstaff_, @ivy1428ivy, @madblack65 @bellathebestdog.
You can also find out what I’m feeling and thinking on a more regular basis by following @sallyannhart

One final thought courtesy of @bellathebestdog:

The Greatest Love of All?

I have a passion for the dulcet tones of George Benson – this began during my teenage years and continues to date. His version of The Greatest Love of All, (Michael Masser music and Linda Creed lyrics) is a song I play during


Easter Already

Protective Behaviours Training Partenrship

Wow, here we are at Easter already, clocks have ‘gone forward’ and daylight hours stretch into early evening – how time flies when having fun. Lots of opportunities have appeared already this year to ‘risk on purpose’ and persist to get Protective Behaviours on the


Busy, Busy, Busy!

Oh my – what a busy start to 2016 and apologies for not finding the time to even wish A Happy New Year!

All good in my world which feels like it has become PB-land with so much training, practice and network development going on.


Update from Edinburgh

MAF Conference 2015

As mentioned in a previous post, I was invited to speak at the Moira Anderson Foundation ‘Not On Our Watch’ Conference. This took place in Edinburgh last week and I feel so chufffed to have been there, not only to talk, but also to


So much ‘Stuff’!

I’m certainly feeling a bit confused at the moment and think this is because there is so much ‘stuff’ going on and I’m finding it difficult to decide where to start. This could also be to do with the fact it’s all fairly good ‘stuff’


Risking on Purpose

It won’t be long now until many children and young people are either starting or returning to schools and other educational establishments following the summer break, (wondering if perhaps this might need to be renamed as certainly can’t describe the weather outside right now and