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We seek to improve the lives of children, young people and adults through direct service provision, respectful practice and neurobiologically informed research.
We seek to improve the lives of children, young people and adults through direct service provision, respectful practice and neurobiologically informed research.
We seek to improve the lives of children, young people and adults through direct service provision, respectful practice and neurobiologically informed research.
About Us

Dr. Alex Gregory

Educational Psychologist and NME Trainer

Alex has 12 years full-time experience working within educational settings, including 9 years within educational psychology services. Prior to undertaking doctoral psychology training, Alex worked as a qualified teacher within both mainstream secondary and specialist schools. As an EP, Alex now provides psychological support in education to promote positive change for children and young people, their families, school staff, and professionals – typically facilitated through the areas of consultation, assessment, intervention, training, supervision, and research.

Alex has a specialist interest in developmental trauma. This includes her role within Sussex Psychology as an NME Trainer, after completing the Neurosequential Model in Education Trainers Programme with the ChildTrauma Academy in America. Alex is particularly keen to work within specialist social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) settings, with children and young people who have been excluded or are at-risk of exclusion from schools, and those with care-experiences.

Stemming from her own lived experiences in this area, Alex is also passionate about support for siblings of children with additional needs, as well as family support more generally. Accordingly, Alex runs events (talks and workshops) for siblings and their families, helps facilitate regular sibling support sessions, and co-supervises sibling research projects at the University of Southampton.

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Alex is also passionate about supporting students presenting with emotionally-based school avoidance, as well as person-centred planning (PCP), psychological supervision for school staff, and positive psychology (aka the science of wellbeing and flourishing). Within assessments and casework over time, Alex advocates the use of PCP approaches (e.g. PATHs, MAPs, circle of adults, and solution circles) that put young people at the heart of decision-making about their future. Alex is also keen to use the PATH or MAP process at a whole school level to help promote organisational change.

Alex is a fully registered Chartered Educational Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS), and Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).

Dr. Alex Gregory

Educational Psychologist and NME Trainer

Alex has 12 years full-time experience working within educational settings, including 9 years within educational psychology services. Prior to undertaking doctoral psychology training, Alex worked as a qualified teacher within both mainstream secondary and specialist schools. As an EP, Alex now provides psychological support in education to promote positive change for children and young people, their families, school staff, and professionals – typically facilitated through the areas of consultation, assessment, intervention, training, supervision, and research.

Alex has a specialist interest in developmental trauma. This includes her role within Sussex Psychology as an NME Trainer, after completing the Neurosequential Model in Education Trainers Programme with the ChildTrauma Academy in America. Alex is particularly keen to work within specialist social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) settings, with children and young people who have been excluded or are at-risk of exclusion from schools, and those with care-experiences.

Stemming from her own lived experiences in this area, Alex is also passionate about support for siblings of children with additional needs, as well as family support more generally. Accordingly, Alex runs events (talks and workshops) for siblings and their families, helps facilitate regular sibling support sessions, and co-supervises sibling research projects at the University of Southampton.

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Alex is also passionate about supporting students presenting with emotionally-based school avoidance, as well as person-centred planning (PCP), psychological supervision for school staff, and positive psychology (aka the science of wellbeing and flourishing). Within assessments and casework over time, Alex advocates the use of PCP approaches (e.g. PATHs, MAPs, circle of adults, and solution circles) that put young people at the heart of decision-making about their future. Alex is also keen to use the PATH or MAP process at a whole school level to help promote organisational change.

Alex is a fully registered Chartered Educational Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS), and Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).

Dr. Alex Gregory

Educational Psychologist and NME Trainer

Alex has 12 years full-time experience working within educational settings, including 9 years within educational psychology services. Prior to undertaking doctoral psychology training, Alex worked as a qualified teacher within both mainstream secondary and specialist schools. As an EP, Alex now provides psychological support in education to promote positive change for children and young people, their families, school staff, and professionals – typically facilitated through the areas of consultation, assessment, intervention, training, supervision, and research.

Alex has a specialist interest in developmental trauma. This includes her role within Sussex Psychology as an NME Trainer, after completing the Neurosequential Model in Education Trainers Programme with the ChildTrauma Academy in America. Alex is particularly keen to work within specialist social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) settings, with children and young people who have been excluded or are at-risk of exclusion from schools, and those with care-experiences.

Stemming from her own lived experiences in this area, Alex is also passionate about support for siblings of children with additional needs, as well as family support more generally. Accordingly, Alex runs events (talks and workshops) for siblings and their families, helps facilitate regular sibling support sessions, and co-supervises sibling research projects at the University of Southampton.

More...

Alex is also passionate about supporting students presenting with emotionally-based school avoidance, as well as person-centred planning (PCP), psychological supervision for school staff, and positive psychology (aka the science of wellbeing and flourishing). Within assessments and casework over time, Alex advocates the use of PCP approaches (e.g. PATHs, MAPs, circle of adults, and solution circles) that put young people at the heart of decision-making about their future. Alex is also keen to use the PATH or MAP process at a whole school level to help promote organisational change.

Alex is a fully registered Chartered Educational Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS), and Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).