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Project: Educational Psychologists’ practice in eliciting the views of children and young people with severe learning difficulties

9 March 2022 by

This project aims to provide an insight into current knowledge and practices amongst Educational Psychologists (EPs), across the UK, in…

Tears, fears and stiff upper lips: reflecting on emotional labour in qualitative research

7 March 2022 by

Emotionally demanding research (EDR) “demands a tremendous amount of mental, emotional, or physical energy and potentially affects or depletes the…

Talking to children and young people about war in Ukraine

1 March 2022 by and , 5 comments

‘Children are both our reason to eliminate the worst aspects of armed conflict and our best hope of succeeding in…

Being clear: an initial desktop review of LA EP service websites

24 February 2022 by and

Today we launch our ‘Being Clear’ report, which is the outcome of a project we have undertaken to explore to…

Three actions to help learners ‘get in the zone of learning’

21 February 2022 by

This blog is written for anyone who has a vested interest in helping someone else learn. One of the most…

From conception to implementation – reflections on creating the MeLSA training intervention

15 February 2022 by

This blog details the journey taken by a group of EPs in the development of a training programme for TAs…

Mediated learning: video series

15 February 2022 by

The videos below were created during the COVID-19 pandemic when many families were grappling with home schooling. They were created…

Project: EPs experiences of stakeholder involvement in the ‘review / evaluate’ stage of consultative problem solving

8 February 2022 by , , , and

Collaboration between EPs and stakeholders can lead to lasting and real-world change, but there is currently a lack of information…

Preparing for interviews: reflections from trainee and qualified EPs

7 February 2022 by and

Applying for a place on an educational psychology doctorate programme (DEdPsy) can feel like a long process. Once applications are…

Longer read: Unaccompanied asylum seeking children: our role, their way

31 January 2022 by

Not long ago I saw a post on a professional forum seeking suggestions for supporting refugee and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children…