South East Psychology believes that educational psychology services should be freely available through schools or local authorities to all children who are failing to make adequate progress or experience social, emotional or behavioural difficulties related to school. We are currently unable to undertake work commissioned directly by parents/carers.
If you have a concern about your child’s educational progress or behaviour in school, arrange to meet with the school’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo), who will explain how the school is supporting your child. If your child fails to make satisfactory progress despite support and interventions, the school might make a referral to an educational psychologist (or another professional).
Managing Anger Conference Workshop, February 2017
"Very interesting and thought provoking."
ELSA Training 2 November 2019
"I have really enjoyed my time; the learning has been very useful and I use it a lot in my daily role. I’m looking forward to supervision and really getting into my craft."
Parent, May 2018
"Lucy took time to understand what we as parents, were concerned about and ensured these were fully addressed in her report. Our son thoroughly enjoyed his assessment, Lucy put him at ease, meaning we obtained reliable and accurate results."
Special school ELSA trainee 2015
"Excellent sessions; so glad I did this and can’t wait to get started."
Parent, April 2018
"He now understands why he was struggling and doesn't feel he is stupid for not being able to do things his peers can."