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Introducing PsychBites Podcast

PsychBites is a new podcast for all education professionals that aims to help bridge the gap between educational psychology research…

Enhancing staff wellbeing: the pivotal role of Educational Psychologists in schools

19 February 2024 by

The Teacher Wellbeing Index 2023 (Education Support, 2023) paints a concerning picture of the current state of wellbeing among education staff. According…

Building a motivational interviewing learning community for EPs

8 February 2024 by and

The Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers defines a learning community as a network of practitioners interested in the same topic,…

News: Local Government Ombudsman warns about national shortage of educational psychologists

6 February 2024 by

The Local Government Ombudsman (LGO) has issued a warning highlighting that a shortage of educational psychologists is having a significant…

News: ‘School is too much pressure’- young people identify school as a contributing factor to poor mental health

28 January 2024 by

NEW: Join us at 6.15pm on 27th February as we talk to Maddi and Sarah live about this research. There’ll…

Kanban for educational psychology

Project management has much to offer Educational Psychology, particularly in supporting service delivery and research projects.  Educational Psychology is applied…

Book Review: The Number Sense

18 January 2024 by

Book author: Stanislas Dehaene. Coffee rating: ☕☕☕ (3/3) *Star rating: ⭐⭐ (2/3) The Number Sense is written by Stanislas Dehaene,…

Project: Exploring educational psychologists’ experiences of bullying within the profession

15 January 2024 by and

This survey research aims to offer the first wide ranging exploration of experiences of bullying within the EP profession.  How…

What can EPs do to support Welsh-Medium children and young people with additional learning needs.

15 January 2024 by

Wales is a bilingual country with two official languages, Welsh and English (National Assembly for Wales, 2011) and there are estimated…

Longer read: Projective assessment in EP work

10 January 2024 by , 4 comments

The publication of Learning from the Unconscious sparked increased interest in psychodynamic ideas among educational psychologists. A background to projective approaches Projective…