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EPs and INSETs: a reflection on practice for in-service teacher training.

On September 18 2018, by , 1 Comment

Throughout my training I have had placements across three Educational Psychology Services (EPS’) and recently I’ve been thinking about the…

Books for an Alternative Provision Library

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A recent thread on EPNET sought suggestions for a school library to support pupils attending Alternative Provision Schools (AP/APS). We’ve…

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

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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…

Reflections of working with a graphic artist to disseminate my research

On June 6 2018, by , 2 Comments

As a trainee EP on the Manchester doctorate course, we’re encouraged from the outset to grapple with the practice implications…

Developing Motivational Interviewing use amongst UK EPs

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On the Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology programme at the University of Manchester, we have recently received some impact…

A short introduction to narrative therapy

On January 18 2018, by , 7 Comments

Narrative Therapy is non-blaming, respectful and sees people as experts in their own lives. A narrative therapy conversation is influential…

Tis the season to be…angry?

On January 4 2018, by , 1 Comment

Feeling more ‘Grinch’ than ‘Elf’, I’m working from home today. I have two ‘big’ reports to write and the young…

“You know nothing Jon Snow”; learning to love conscious incompetence.

On November 22 2017, by , 1 Comment

At a CPD day for my previous employer, I was asked to present a reflection of my time in the…