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Why ‘Going Gold’ is important on Autism Acceptance Day – 2nd April

2 April 2021 by

So traditionally April 2nd has been known as Autism Awareness Day with jigsaw piece symbols and the colour blue.  The autistic…

The Race Report, racism, and me

2 April 2021 by

It’s not been an easy year and this might not be an easy read.  ‘The Race Report‘ published earlier this…

Longer read: Creating better contexts for cognitive development: Relational Frame Theory and experimental psychology

29 March 2021 by

A few years ago I was invited to present at a day long symposium in Chichester for Educational Psychologists and…

Mind your language: behaviour, exclusions and the language we use

22 March 2021 by , 3 comments

There is a debate flaring on social media about the ethics surrounding exclusion in schools. On one side, there are…

Back to school: some key considerations

Monday 8th means, for many children, back to school. We’ve tried to distill three key messages to sensitively support children,…

Return to school: finding space to listen and reflect

7 March 2021 by , 1 comment

Monday 8th March 2021 brings another full return to school for children and young people and with that comes uncertainty, change,…

Book review: The parents’ guide to Body Dysmorphic Disorder. How to support your child, teen or young adult

3 March 2021 by and

Book authors: Nicole Schnackenberg, Benedetta Monzani and Amita Jassi What is Body Dysmorphic Disorder? Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is thought…

Relationships and resilience: the need for social and emotional learning right now in UK education

1 March 2021 by

You can’t open a newspaper or watch TV these days without hearing about how children’s mental health has taken a…

Longer read: School catch-up: using the engagement model to face coronavirus challenges

21 February 2021 by

Throughout this pandemic I have been struck by a gap. No, not the achievement gap between more and less disadvantaged…

Reflections of a disabled educational psychologist

9 February 2021 by and

My name is Emily, I am a recently qualified Educational Psychologist working in Doncaster, and I have a physical disability…