Project: Exploring educational psychologists’ experiences of bullying within the profession
This survey research aims to offer the first wide ranging exploration of experiences of bullying within the EP profession.
How you can help
If you are a qualified educational psychologist working in the UK, please complete this online survey.
To date, there is no research exploring the prevalence, nature or type of bullying experienced by educational psychologists, within the profession. There is anecdotal evidence that bullying occurs, and several articles within the past year have reflected on EP experiences of ableism, racism and classism.
We hope to gather as many responses from qualified EPs as possible, in order to build a better picture about the extent of bullying within the profession.
Dr Dan O’Hare, Senior Lecturer, Educational Psychologist, University of Bristol
Dr Adrianne Kulig-Reid, Senior Educational Psychologist, Bristol City Council
If you have any queries of questions, please contact Dr Dan O’Hare.
- What are the experiences of bullying within the EP profession?
- What is the prevalence of bullying?
- Who is bullied within the EP profession?
- What are the barriers, if any, to reporting and resolving bullying?
The survey closes on 18th March.