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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…

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

On April 16 2018, by

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…

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…

Our being well – jumping in

On October 18 2017, by

‘My, oh my, how hard can this be? Let’s start with the positives: I’ve started. Look – there are words…

Supporting schools to support refugees

On October 18 2017, by

For eight months I have worked with a multi-agency group welcoming newly arrived children to local schools. It’s been an…