edpsy: our impact in 2020

5 November 2020 by , and

2020 has been an incredible year for us and the EP community. In our first impact report, we reflect on…

Research: Impact of COVID19 on education sector

14 April 2020 by , 1 comment

South Tyneside Educational Psychology Service is conducting research seeking to explore and understand the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is…

10 tips for blog writing: a short guide for EPs

15 December 2019 by

Before you start writing 1: Know your audience Knowing who you’re writing for before you start writing is key. This…

Your feedback, our responses

18 September 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

6 June 2018 by , 3 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

16 April 2018 by

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

9 July 2017 by

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

12 June 2017 by

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

10 January 2017 by , 12 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

4 January 2017 by

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