Educational Psychologists promote positive change for children of all ages and abilities.
An educational psychologist is someone who has been trained to understand how children learn, behave, think, feel and get on with others.
We work in partnership with organisations, schools, groups, families and individual children.
Our service principles are:
- inclusion, emotional well-being, raising attainment, and promoting positive behaviour
- being clear about responsibilities and boundaries in our practice
- engaging children in decisions affecting them to deliver positive change
- working in partnership with parents and carers
- considering the purpose of assessment to inform effective interventions
- valuing feedback to inform practice and maintain a quality assured service
- adhering to the professional, ethical and conduct codes by the Health and Care Professions Council and the British Psychological Society
All educational psychologists employed by the team are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).