Educational hub providing resources and training on intentional practice.


Intentional practice is a method that brings focus to the ‘how to’. This includes, but is not limited, to the following applications:

For individuals, ‘how to’:

  • Grow wellbeing and thriving states in self and others.
  • Activate learning, wellbeing and behavioural outcomes through moment-to-moment supporting relationships.
  • Coach, supervise and support others.
  • Implement intentional trauma-informed practice.
  • Respond to the needs of clients, and not react to their behaviours.
  • Work with other people around a common approach and shared intent.

For agencies, ‘how to’:

  • Design and implement learning, wellbeing and behavioural programs.
  • Embed therapeutic practice across systems.
  • Strengthen and integrate existing program components or services around a common approach.
  • Implement intentional trauma-informed practice.
  • Implement and embed reflective practice.
  • Deliver services in an outcome and strength-focused manner.
  • Collaborate with other agencies around a shared intent.

For institutions, ‘how to’

  • Implement a unifying and cohesive practice approach and philosophy.
  • Change organisational practice culture.
  • Professionalise semi-skilled or non-clinical staff.
  • Design and implement strategic change processes.
  • Implement programs and services ‘at-scale’.