The Atlass Programme

What does Atlass provide?


The Atlass programme delivers a comprehensive set of tools including both teaching skills and practical information. This programme is based upon a proven, well-established and internationally respected model of positive psychology. Atlass is succeeding today in a wide variety of care environments, training support workers in stress management, coping and wellbeing.

Coping with stress: learn how to organise sensory information, managing it in relationships and the environment with stress transactions.

Improve your practitioner skills:  Using Low Arousal become better at spotting meltdowns and improve your behaviour support skills.

Help with dealing with children and adults with challenging behaviour: development within the context of inter-subjective experience and how this should be applied.

Coping with stress

Improve your practitioner skills

Help to manage the stress and trauma related behaviour of children and adults

Make de-escalation a science

FAQ videos

Andrea Page from BCU and Andy McDonnell from Studio 3 discuss the Atlass programme:

'It will turn what you know about stress on its head'

BCU accreditation

Academic Research

Research has shown that the Atlass course has a significant positive impact on staff teams in terms of stress management and understanding of behaviour (Larsen et al., 2019).

Inquire about Atlass Training:

Minerva Mill Innovation Centre

Station Road


B49 5ET