Educational psychology training
Educational psychologists can work with you on whole school development and improvement around special educational needs, emotional health and wellbeing and meeting the needs of vulnerable students.
They can also provide:
- action-research projects and evaluation
- support to involve and engage parents and carers and children and young people
- support to key staff
- bespoke problem-solving, coaching
- supervision to support staff wellbeing
Training courses on offer
Centrally organized training is available for a range of school staff, governors and parents and carers. For more information about training available this academic year please see the TaMHS training page.
|Training theme||Course name|
|Learning and cognition||Executive functioning|
|Social, emotional and mental health||
Adolescent Brains: How to meet the challenge of helping them learn and stay safe
Creating an emotional regulation toolkit for the classroom
Early years: Emotional wellbeing
Keys to happier living
Listening to children
Promoting positive transitions for year 7 settling into secondary school
Promoting staff wellbeing
Restorative approaches awareness session
Top tips for school staff of children in care (CiC)
|Interventions and approaches||
Activating resilience and coping
Lego-based therapy: An introduction
How to book a training course
For training please discuss with your link educational psychologist or email [email protected].
Prices vary but all costs charged are required to achieve full-cost recovery for the activity and will be kept to that minimum. Some training is free as it is grant-funded.
Last updated 11 May 2023