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Dan is an educational psychologist and founder of edpsy.org.uk. He has a passion for the power of educational psychology and connecting EPs with each other.

Educational psychology training open events – UK wide

15 September 2021 by , and , 2 comments

This page has information about the dates, times and additional details for Doctoral EP training course open events across the…

Becoming an EP – #NoWrongPath

9 September 2021 by

Some months ago on twitter, EPs from across the country talked about their employment journeys to becoming an educational psychologist….

Supporting LGBTQI+ people in Afghanistan

30 August 2021 by , and

Donate now and help us fundraise to support the work of Rainbow Railroad in Afghanistan and around the world. LGBTQI+…

News: Every EP job vacancy on edpsy funds climate positive projects

13 July 2021 by , and

We’ve worked hard over the past two years to ensure that we are operating as sustainably as possible, and we’re…

Project: Plain English in Educational Psychology

9 July 2021 by

We want to collect as many examples of jargon used in educational psychology as possible, then facilitate a crowd sourced…

Getting greener: switching to a green webhost

28 October 2020 by and

We recently switched our our web hosting provider to one that powers its computers solely from renewable energy. We’ve had…

Jobs for EPs on edpsy: our latest feature

19 October 2020 by , and

Before summer we launched a new jobs feature on the site. This is a jobs board where any roles that…

Choosing a thesis topic: advice from twitter

23 August 2020 by

This is probably a question that quite a few trainees are considering right now. Thesis topic choice can be a…

Summer CPD: our top 5 blogs this year

3 August 2020 by

It might be the case that some of our readers will have some chance over the summer to catch up…

How do you eat an elephant…?

27 July 2020 by , and

…One bite at a time! There’s been a bit of a phenomenon taking off on twitter recently among trainee educational…