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Kate is now a Trainee Educational Psychologist at Newcastle University. She worked as an Assistant Educational Psychologist at Gateshead Psychological Service between 2021 and 2022. Prior to this role Kate trained and worked as an EMHP. Within this role Kate delivered CBT interventions in both 1-1 and group settings, staff training, parent groups and supported schools with developing their whole school approach towards mental health. Kate has interests in SEMH needs, attachment and relational approaches between school staff and students.

Longer read: Assistants in educational psychology services: who are they and what do they do?

The role of an Assistant Educational Psychologist is an evolving one which is highly competitive and desirable for aspiring Educational…

Project: the role of assistants in EP services in England

16 May 2022 by and

This study aims to explore the role of assistants in EP services across England and possibly provide a starting point for…