Special Needs

Leveraging the Power of Educational Psychologists

Educational psychologists can find solutions for children who are experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties. Jo Suchy and Kirsty Newbury look at ways schools can benefit from consultations.

Educational Psychologists (known more commonly as EPs) offer a wide range of interventions based on best practice and research evidence, which can be delivered at an individual, group, school (nursery, college etc.) or local authority level. In his work on educational psychology, Cameron suggested five key dimensions of practice which continue to encapsulate the role of EPs:1

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