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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.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for children, families and professionals

On March 18 2020, by , 8 comments

There is loads of information across the internet about how to talk to or support children and young people who…

10 tips for blog writing: a short guide for EPs

On December 15 2019, by ,

Before you start writing 1: Know your audience Knowing who you’re writing for before you start writing is key. This…

Ian: a short film about inclusion

On December 12 2018, by ,

“Ian” is a short, animated film based on the life and experiences of nine year old Ian from Argentina. The…

Your feedback, our responses

On September 18 2018, by , 1 comment

Recently we asked you to comment on edpsy – your loves, niggles and suggestions for improvement – 86 of you…

Making edpsy better for you

On June 7 2018, by ,

It’s been nearly two years since the launch of edpsy and we’ve been overwhelmed by the positive welcome and feedback…

Needs and priorities of UK Care leavers: illustrating the findings…

On June 6 2018, by , 1 comment

Browsing twitter recently, we came across this graphic. Illustrating the findings from Rebekah Hyde’s trainee doctoral dissertation, it really grabbed…

It’s our birthday – what a year!

On October 31 2017, by ,

It’s been a year since we launched edpsy…and what a year it’s been! Celebrations and giveaways First thing’s first, we’re…

We’re looking for help with our social media

On June 12 2017, by ,

It’s nearly our 1st birthday and we’ve grown quite a bit in such a short space of time. We’re looking to…

The EPs are Tweeting

On April 9 2017, by , 1 comment

In the past few weeks EP’s have been taking to twitter to share the huge range of work they’re engaging…

Touch: trust, timidity and taboo workshop – commentary

On February 26 2017, by , 1 comment

Recently the DECP led the workshop ‘Touch: trust, timidity and taboo’. The workshop aimed to clarify some of the confusion experienced…