Sarah Naish is a therapeutic parent of five adopted siblings, CEO of the National Association of Therapeutic Parents, former foster carer and social worker. Sarah used her own experiences to set up and run her own therapeutic independent fostering agency, which also included specialist residential units for children with severe attachment problems. The agency was awarded an 'Outstanding' grading by Ofsted (2013-2104) in recognition of the successful therapeutic model (the T.R.U.E model) devised and implemented by Sarah. As a result she won 'Woman of the Year' in the Women in Business Awards 2014. Sarah is now a trainer and author, running Inspire Training Group, (part of Fostering Attachments Ltd). The company is funding research into compassion fatigue (blocked care) in foster care with Bristol University. (The Hadley Centre), due to be published in autumn 2016. Sarah also speaks at conferences and seminars helping parents, carers, social workers, teachers and other professionals to heal traumatised children, overcome blocked care and to work more effectively together. Also by the Author Guide to Therapeutic Parenting (Community Care Inform service): William Wobbly and the Very Bad Day: Sophie Spikey has a Very Big Problem: Rosie Rudey and the Very Annoying Parent: Charley Chatty and the Wiggly Worry Worm: (These therapeutic parenting children's stories were co-authored with her eldest adopted daughter, Rosie Jefferies. Publication October 2016 by Jessica Kingsley Publishers).