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Supporting new initiatives in the EP community

10 January 2022 by

‘Community’ is one of our core values and we want to try to live these values by offering a reflective…

edpsy at five

6 January 2022 by , and

When we started edpsy five years ago, we didn’t guess how much it would ‘take off’. Five years on and…

All is calm, all is bright – planning for an inclusive and festive December

27 November 2021 by

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. The schools that we work with are starting to shift their focus…

Trans awareness week and educational psychology

17 November 2021 by

Each year between the 13th and 19th November, people, communities and organisations participate in Transgender Awareness Week. This is a…

Reflections on using a transcultural supervision exercise to support culturally sensitive supervision

16 November 2021 by , and

In this blog post, we reflect on our use of a transcultural supervision exercise adapted for use with Burnham’s (2012)…

A transcultural supervision activity

16 November 2021 by , and

This activity is the ‘transcultural activity’ from Hawkins and Shohet (2012) adapted to incorporate SOCIAL GGRRAAACCEEESSS. It is intended to…

Continuing to use a data & trauma-informed approach to supporting learners in a post-COVID world

1 November 2021 by and , 1 comment

We wrote here last year about the authority-wide mental health and wellbeing survey we had undertaken which allowed us to…

Reflections on systems theory: the role of self and reflexivity

19 October 2021 by

In my first year of doctoral training, I learned about new theories and frameworks. One of these was Systems Theory,…

Book review: ‘Being me – poems about thoughts, worries and feelings’

29 September 2021 by , , and

‘Being me’ is a collection of poems for children and young people and so we hand the initial reviews over…

On the value of not being a psychologist

27 September 2021 by

Educational psychologists have recognised the potential impact of the pandemic on children’s social development, particularly at school. However, a walking…