We provide applied psychology services to all education settings, including early years, primary and secondary schools and post-16 settings.
What do our psychologists do?
Our psychologists use evidence which is based in scientific theory and professional experience to maximise potential through needs-based assessments and making formulations. Taking specialist, targeted and systemic approaches encourages positive change within an individual, home, education setting and community.
Psychology ... has a big impact on all areas of life, from education and health, to the economy and crime. Psychologists apply scientific methodology to explain human behaviour. They formulate theories, test hypotheses through observation and experiment, and analyse their reports with statistical techniques that help them identify important findings.
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What branches of psychology do we offer?
EHP offers three branches of applied psychology which are:
Clinical psychologists support children and young people with a broad range of developmental, physical and mental health difficulties and aim to enhance psychological wellbeing. Read more about our clinical psychology services.
Educational psychologists tackle challenges such as learning difficulties, social and emotional problems, issues around disability as well as more complex developmental disorders. Read more about our educational psychology services.
Psychology brings many benefits to children, young people and education settings through using a model of assess, plan, do and review. If you are unsure which branch of psychology will support your needs then please get in touch to talk to a member of our team who will be happy to help you.
How do they work together?
Our psychologists all work together through fulfilling overlapping and complementing roles. Each of our psychologists are part of the wider EHP team and can provide area-specific and multidisciplinary services.
Who provides our psychology services?
Our psychology services are provided by HCPC registered clinical psychologists, educational psychologists and counselling psychologists, who also supervise our assistant psychologists. Our psychologists have a broad range of combined experience and specialities to identify and address the needs within education settings.
What psychology services do we offer?
We offer a broad range of psychology services. Each branch of psychology provides assessments, interventions, consultancy and training. These services support education settings through working towards shared outcomes; reducing the impact of behavioural, learning and emotional challenges through early identification and intervention.
Making a referral to our psychology services is swift and simple and can be done via phone or email. Phone us on 0330 088 8408 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to talk to a member of our team about your needs and referrals.
Read more about specific services we provide through clinical psychology, educational psychology and counselling psychology. Supporting children and young people to maximise their potential through looking at thoughts, behaviours and feelings is a specialism of psychologists. Encouraging and implementing positive change helps children and young people throughout their life. To learn more or to talk to a member of our team, please get in touch.