Your feedback, our responses

On September 18 2018, by , 1 Comment

Recently we asked you to comment on edpsy – your loves, niggles and suggestions for improvement – 86 of you…

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

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On the Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology programme at the University of Manchester, we have recently received some impact…

Call for papers: Educational psychologists influencing policy and practice

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Educational psychologists are the lynchpin between education and wellbeing. This future issue of Educational and Child Psychology is calling for papers…

We’re looking for help with our social media

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It’s nearly our 1st birthday and we’ve grown quite a bit in such a short space of time. We’re looking to…

Where are the EPs? Theresa May, mental health and schools

On January 10 2017, by , 11 Comments

The focus on schools and the workplace is much needed, as is the attention to addressing stigma and the transformation…

Challenges and supporting factors to running a community Facebook page

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Running the community Facebook page ‘Educational Psychology Today ‘ has been hugely rewarding as we have gathered over 4000 followers….

Coaching psychology and the role of the Educational Psychologist

On August 27 2016, by , 4 Comments

As a distinct sub-discipline of academic and applied psychology, coaching psychology certainly seems to have become a part of the…