A small introduction

About Us

Our Mission:

To provide short-term solutions for the wellbeing of organisations, that brings lasting benefits for all.

Our Values:

  • Transparency – We help only where we can, if we can’t do it we’ll signpost you to someone who can
  • Empathy – You are at the forefront of everything we do
  • Ethical & Boundaried – You are safe with us
  • We have a positive ‘can do’ attitude at all times

About Naomi Watkins:

one of the UK’s leading Domestic Abuse consultants

Introduction

NWC was founded by Naomi Watkins (BSc, Hons, Dip), knowing she wanted to use her expertise to make a difference. Our overall objective is for every organisation to have an Emotional Wellbeing policy, for staff to be skilled and trained in Emotional Wellbeing. We aim to educate people to have the skills and knowledge to stay safe in relationships and treat others with respect. We aim to empower workplaces to have healthy working environments which are supportive and productive, without a power and controlling ethos. Having delivered various training to volunteers, staff members and professionals, we have become highly experienced trainers. We have written workshops for all levels and delivered to small and large groups alike.

Naomi is one of the UK’s leading Domestic Abuse consultants, as featured by the BBC and commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council, Bristol City Council, University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University.

Naomi Watkins has worked in the field of Emotional Wellbeing, Healthy Relationships and Domestic Abuse for 10 years. She is a CAADA trained IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Advisor) working with high risk cases, at risk of homicide. She has chaired MARAC (Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences) and worked closely with the CPS (Crown Prosecution Services). She has been trained in Emotional Wellbeing by the NSPCC and ChildLine and worked with them for 8 years.

She is a qualified counsellor and has worked with those affected by domestic abuse, low emotional wellbeing, stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, low self-esteem and confidence.