Educational Psychologist 
Interest Groups

Join a community of Educational Psychologists with the same interests... 

Collaborate, share and grow our knowledge
and skills, together.

Explore the Interest Groups available to join...

Educational Psychologist 
Interest Groups

Join a community of Educational Psychologists with the same interests... 

Collaborate, share and grow our knowledge
and skills, together.

Explore the Interest Groups available to join...

The EdPsychEd Community

Collaborating with Educational Psychologists and Child Psychologists, the EdPsychEd Community has been formed, with specialist EP Interest Groups, just for you.

These specialist Interest Groups are hosted in Circle, a community platform designed for gathering private groups of people away from social media, to engage in discussions around particular topics, whilst sharing knowledge, skills and resources.

Below you can find the Interest Groups available to join now (more coming soon). You can join any group and once you are a member of The EdPsychEd Community, you can explore and join more groups inside.

Maths development and difficulties group

Maths and Dyscalculia Group

Dr Deborah Cameron-Flitcroft, Educational Psychologist, is forming a peer support group with other Educational and Child Psychologists with a focus on Maths development and difficulties.

Join Now
Maths development and difficulties group

SEMH
Group

Dr Erika Payne, Educational Psychologist is forming a peer support group with other Educational Psychologists with a focus on SEMH (Social, emotional and Mental Health). 

Join Now

Key Aims of the EdPsychEd Community


 

 Sharing good practice

Our role in achieving systemic change across schools and more broadly

 Finding ways to overcome barriers to achieving positive outcomes CYP

 How we can help schools to better understand and support their CYP

 To build a community of EPs with similar interests, and grow our knowledge and skills together

As a team of EPs at EdPsychEd, we're passionate about the impact that high quality CPD and shared knowledge and skills, can have on improving the outcomes for children. It’s our mission to bring you impactful and practical resources which can help us all to be the best we can be in our professions.