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Educational Psychology Services
Educational Psychology Services
Educational Psychology Services
At Sussex Psychology we understand that early adversity may compromise a child’s readiness for learning.
At Sussex Psychology we understand that early adversity may compromise a child’s readiness for learning.
At Sussex Psychology we understand that early adversity may compromise a child’s readiness for learning.
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Educational Psychology Services

Our educational psychology clinic is able to offer specialist therapeutic support, consultation and assessment for children who are struggling both at home and in school.

Teachers work exceptionally hard to understand the complex needs of some of their pupils and to support them achieve their potential.  Often a child’s teacher is the first person to notice something is not quite right.  Our educational psychology clinics supports teachers in understanding and identifying some of the mental health needs of children who may be struggling and are unable to access local services.

Our educational psychology clinic promotes:

  • More positive educational outcomes for children who are struggling both at home and in school
  • Building resilience in both children and families to foster wellbeing
  • Cultivating a more positive experience of school for children
  • Positive assessment of children’s emotional and behavioural struggles
  • Specialist educational assessment of a child’s ‘readiness for learning’
Educational psychologists are hope capturers; when everyone else is finding out what a child cannot do, EP's explore what they can do.

Educational Psychology Services

Our educational psychology clinic is able to offer specialist therapeutic support, consultation and assessment for children who are struggling both at home and in school.

Teachers work exceptionally hard to understand the complex needs of some of their pupils and to support them achieve their potential.  Often a child’s teacher is the first person to notice something is not quite right.  Our educational psychology clinics supports teachers in understanding and identifying some of the mental health needs of children who may be struggling and are unable to access local services.

Our educational psychology clinic promotes:

  • More positive educational outcomes for children who are struggling both at home and in school
  • Building resilience in both children and families to foster wellbeing
  • Cultivating a more positive experience of school for children
  • Positive assessment of children’s emotional and behavioural struggles
  • Specialist educational assessment of a child’s ‘readiness for learning’
Educational psychologists are hope capturers; when everyone else is finding out what a child cannot do, EP's explore what they can do.

Educational Psychology Services

Our educational psychology clinic is able to offer specialist therapeutic support, consultation and assessment for children who are struggling both at home and in school.

Teachers work exceptionally hard to understand the complex needs of some of their pupils and to support them achieve their potential.  Often a child’s teacher is the first person to notice something is not quite right.  Our educational psychology clinics supports teachers in understanding and identifying some of the mental health needs of children who may be struggling and are unable to access local services.

Our educational psychology clinic promotes:

  • More positive educational outcomes for children who are struggling both at home and in school
  • Building resilience in both children and families to foster wellbeing
  • Cultivating a more positive experience of school for children
  • Positive assessment of children’s emotional and behavioural struggles
  • Specialist educational assessment of a child’s ‘readiness for learning’
Educational psychologists are hope capturers; when everyone else is finding out what a child cannot do, EP's explore what they can do.

Educational Psychology Services

Our educational psychology clinic is able to offer specialist therapeutic support, consultation and assessment for children who are struggling both at home and in school.

Teachers work exceptionally hard to understand the complex needs of some of their pupils and to support them achieve their potential.  Often a child’s teacher is the first person to notice something is not quite right.  Our educational psychology clinics supports teachers in understanding and identifying some of the mental health needs of children who may be struggling and are unable to access local services.

Our educational psychology clinic promotes:

  • More positive educational outcomes for children who are struggling both at home and in school
  • Building resilience in both children and families to foster wellbeing
  • Cultivating a more positive experience of school for children
  • Positive assessment of children’s emotional and behavioural struggles
  • Specialist educational assessment of a child’s ‘readiness for learning’
Educational psychologists are hope capturers; when everyone else is finding out what a child cannot do, EP's explore what they can do.

We offer therapeutic educational services in the form of:

  • Consultation to key members of staff; head teachers, class teachers, teaching assistants and SENCO’s. We can offer regular consultation around the specific needs of a pupil to key staff to help find more effective ways to support and nurture a child’s readiness for learning
  • Training whole school or small group training sessions on a range of topics to enhance teacher skills and understanding as well as identifying the need for additional professional support to schools
  • Direct work with children and/or small groups of children
  • Parental support in the form of one-off consultation or more frequent parental consultations. We also offer support to parents through our mini workshop series designed to support parents develop a greater understanding of children’s mental health as well as provide them with practical strategies on how to promote emotional well-being in their child

We offer therapeutic educational services in the form of:

  • Consultation to key members of staff; head teachers, class teachers, teaching assistants and SENCO’s. We can offer regular consultation around the specific needs of a pupil to key staff to help find more effective ways to support and nurture a child’s readiness for learning
  • Training whole school or small group training sessions on a range of topics to enhance teacher skills and understanding as well as identifying the need for additional professional support to schools
  • Direct work with children and/or small groups of children
  • Parental support in the form of one-off consultation or more frequent parental consultations. We also offer support to parents through our mini workshop series designed to support parents develop a greater understanding of children’s mental health as well as provide them with practical strategies on how to promote emotional well-being in their child

We offer therapeutic educational services in the form of:

  • Consultation to key members of staff; head teachers, class teachers, teaching assistants and SENCO’s. We can offer regular consultation around the specific needs of a pupil to key staff to help find more effective ways to support and nurture a child’s readiness for learning
  • Training whole school or small group training sessions on a range of topics to enhance teacher skills and understanding as well as identifying the need for additional professional support to schools
  • Direct work with children and/or small groups of children
  • Parental support in the form of one-off consultation or more frequent parental consultations. We also offer support to parents through our mini workshop series designed to support parents develop a greater understanding of children’s mental health as well as provide them with practical strategies on how to promote emotional well-being in their child

We offer therapeutic educational services
in the form of:

  • Consultation to key members of staff; head teachers, class teachers, teaching assistants and SENCO’s. We can offer regular consultation around the specific needs of a pupil to key staff to help find more effective ways to support and nurture a child’s readiness for learning
  • Training whole school or small group training sessions on a range of topics to enhance teacher skills and understanding as well as identifying the need for additional professional support to schools
  • Direct work with children and/or small groups of children
  • Parental support in the form of one-off consultation or more frequent parental consultations. We also offer support to parents through our mini workshop series designed to support parents develop a greater understanding of children’s mental health as well as provide them with practical strategies on how to promote emotional well-being in their child

Mini Workshop Series for Schools

Our new mini workshop series (details to be announced in the spring of 2020) will be delivered by one of our exceptionally gifted and artistic Counselling Psychologists.

Some of the topic areas we can cover in our mini workshops series incorporate the following themes:

  • Attachment difficulties
  • Autistic spectrum conditions
  • Attachment loss through separation
  • Developmental trauma and its impact on readiness for learning
  • Generalised anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety, phobias and OCD
  • Impact of divorce on children
  • Impact of parental mental health on children
  • Traumatic loss of a parent through medical illness
  • Self-harming behaviours

We welcome an informal discussion about any aspect of our therapeutic educational services and our NME training for schools. Please contact us on 01903 206738 or email enquiries@sussexpsychology.co.uk

Mini Workshop Series for Schools

Our new mini workshop series (details to be announced in the spring of 2020) will be delivered by one of our exceptionally gifted and artistic Counselling Psychologists.

Some of the topic areas we can cover in our mini workshops series incorporate the following themes:

  • Attachment difficulties
  • Autistic spectrum conditions
  • Attachment loss through separation
  • Developmental trauma and its impact on readiness for learning
  • Generalised anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety, phobias and OCD
  • Impact of divorce on children
  • Impact of parental mental health on children
  • Traumatic loss of a parent through medical illness
  • Self-harming behaviours

We welcome an informal discussion about any aspect of our therapeutic educational services and our NME training for schools. Please contact us on 01903 206738 or email enquiries@sussexpsychology.co.uk

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educational-psychology-clinic-ol-purple-new

Mini Workshop Series for Schools

Our new mini workshop series (details to be announced in the spring of 2020) will be delivered by one of our exceptionally gifted and artistic Counselling Psychologists.

Some of the topic areas we can cover in our mini workshops series incorporate the following themes:

  • Attachment difficulties
  • Autistic spectrum conditions
  • Attachment loss through separation
  • Developmental trauma and its impact on readiness for learning
  • Generalised anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety, phobias and OCD
  • Impact of divorce on children
  • Impact of parental mental health on children
  • Traumatic loss of a parent through medical illness
  • Self-harming behaviours

We welcome an informal discussion about any aspect of our therapeutic educational services and our NME training for schools. Please contact us on 01903 206738 or email enquiries@sussexpsychology.co.uk

educational-psychology-clinic-ol-purple-new

Mini Workshop Series for Schools

Our new mini workshop series (details to be announced in the spring of 2020) will be delivered by one of our exceptionally gifted and artistic Counselling Psychologists.

Some of the topic areas we can cover in our mini workshops series incorporate the following themes:

  • Attachment difficulties
  • Autistic spectrum conditions
  • Attachment loss through separation
  • Developmental trauma and its impact on readiness for learning
  • Generalised anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety, phobias and OCD
  • Impact of divorce on children
  • Impact of parental mental health on children
  • Traumatic loss of a parent through medical illness
  • Self-harming behaviours

We welcome an informal discussion about any aspect of our therapeutic educational services and our NME training for schools. Please contact us on 01903 206738 or email enquiries@sussexpsychology.co.uk

We strive to offer developmentally appropriate brain-boosting strategies that support children both at home and in school
We strive to offer developmentally appropriate brain-boosting strategies that support children both at home and in school
We strive to offer developmentally appropriate brain-boosting strategies that support children both at home and in school