CPP goes to the U.K.
In June, CPP returned from a visit overseas where we brought our work to four prisons in the United Kingdom! Four team members from CPP flew to Scotland, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Tigers Limited, where we joined members of Tigers, SISCO and connected baby.
The Tigers Group (standing for Training Initiatives Generating Effective Results Scotland) runs programs that help to create a fair and inclusive world where equal opportunities exist for individuals, families and communities. Over the years the name Tigers has become synonymous with relationships, collaborations and a holistic approach to development and growth.
S.I.S.C.O, which stands for Sustainable Interventions Supporting Change Outside, works to develop and deliver recovery initiatives within the Scottish Prison Service, with a goal of helping the men and women living in prison build bridges between prison and their communities.
connected baby is the vision of Dr. Suzanne Zeedyk. As a developmental psychologist and research scientist, she is fascinated by the many topics that make up the Science of Connection. She believes that everyone deserves to share in the discoveries that scientists are making about the importance of relationships. connected baby brings that science to life.
At HMP Edinburgh we were joined by Scotland TV, who ran a segment on us.