Tracey Campbell is the Director and Lead Trainer of Together Transforming Behaviour Ltd
She is a Behaviour Management Consultant, Coach, Trainer, Teacher, Speaker and Author.
Tracey began her career as a primary school teacher and quickly established herself as a positive and
dynamic practitioner; renowned for her vivacious style of teaching.
Tracey's ability to positively engage with children with behaviour difficulties was quickly detected leading to her becoming one of the UK’s first Advanced Skills Teachers in Behaviour Management.
She has spent the last ten years working as a behaviour management consultant during which time Tracey has influenced and improved the behaviour management capabilities of thousands of educational practitioners and parents, helping them move from despair to hope and from doubt to confidence.
Tracey is a dynamic trainer who speaks candidly about her own challenging behaviour as a school pupil, which led to multiple fixed-term exclusions. She believes that it was the constant caring presence of one teacher that transformed her school experience; helping her to see that challenging behaviour need not define her present or dictate her future.
Her approaches to behaviour management coaching are solution focused. Tracey's expertise and perceptiveness in this area has helped a number of teachers to successfully wade through the emotional trials of managing behaviour.
Tracey also designed and delivers the Behaviour Basics for Parents Course. This course featured in the 2014 Channel 4 documentary Mr Drew's School for Boys. As the resident behaviour consultant on the show, Tracey led parents through her Behaviour Basics Course with astonishing results. She later featured on ITV's This Morning and BBC Radio 5 Live discussing the impact of her work with parents.
Her first book Will You be the One? Touching the hearts of teachers, changing the lives of children with challenging behaviour was published in 2012. Her second title Behaviour Basics for Parents; Giving You the Tools from Schools was published in 2017.
Tracey is passionate and unapologetic in her advocacy for children for whom behaviour is a problem, who some say deserve our love the least but she believes need our love the most.