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Project: KeEPing well – an exploration of well-being for Educational Psychologists

We are mindful of the current pressures that EPs are encountering and, therefore, it is hoped that this research will shed light on a picture of EP well-being in the UK.

We hope to identify factors that contribute to well-being and/or potential barriers based on individual experiences and, from this, make recommendations for the future direction of the profession.  

How you can help

If you are a qualified HCPC registered EP, currently working (or have worked in the past year) in the UK, please complete our online survey, which will take around 30 minutes to complete.

Project focus

Exploring EPs current level of well-being, and their views on the factors that contribute to or act as barriers to their well-being.


Trainee EPs at the University of Southampton

  • Emma Woozley
  • Hannah Godfrey
  • Lucy Beynon
  • Jessica Glover

Under the supervision of Dr Ed Sayer (Specialist Educational Psychologist) and Dr Cora Sargeant (Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton).

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact Dr Ed Sayer.

Research questions

  • How well are educational psychologists?
  • How do educational psychologists conceptualise well-being?
  • What factors are perceived by educational psychologists to help their well-being flourish?


Online survey open to all HCPC registered qualified EPs currently working in the UK.


Friday 26th May 2023

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