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with Dr Jerricah Holder
A comprehensive CPD course for EPs on Emotional Based School Avoidance, which develops our understanding and skills to support children and young people experiencing difficulties attending school.
7 Chapters; 2-3 days training
Complete theory, research and assessment approaches to fully understand why a CYP is experiencing EBSA, and factors.
A broad range of strategies tailored to the individual’s needs to support them in not just attending more regularly, but to sustainably feel more comfortable and confident in school.
EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS: Connecting into Practice
with Dr Rebecca Ashton
A practical and detailed course covering all aspects of Executive Functions; from understanding EF components and typical development, to assessment, formulation, and models of intervention which can be used within consultation.
7 Chapters; 2 days training
Assessments: There are a range of observational, informal and standardised assessment approaches, including a number of ideas and resources that can be utilised directly from your psychological toolkit.
Strategies: A range of evidence-based and practice-based strategies and interventions, alongside practical ideas on how we can talk about Executive Functions with consultations to gain a shared understanding and jointly formulate helpful accommodations and interventions.FIND OUT MORE ABOUT EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS
LITERACY: A PATH FOR ALL
with Dr Joanna Stanbridge
An incredibly powerful and empowering course which gives us the knowledge and skills to achieve the best outcomes within casework and consultation, as well as work systemically to support schools to create a system which works for all.
7 Chapters; 2 days training
Following a delve into literacy development, difficulties and dyslexia, the course progresses to build our understanding of effective assessment, accommodation and intervention at the family, whole class, small group and intensive levels of support.
Framework for Intervention: A Response to Intervention (RTI) model is explored in detail at the three levels and offers a structured framework of how we, as Educational Psychologists can work with the aim to affect real, lasting change.FIND OUT MORE ABOUT LITERACY: A PATH FOR ALL
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About EdPsychEd CPD
As Educational Psychologists ourselves, we know how important great CPD can be. It can change and shape our practice, help us to affect positive change in children’s lives, and maximise the impact of our work.
It helps us to not only develop new skills, but to continue to learn and grow professionally, to develop specialisms and to lead in early intervention and prevention projects across our schools and wider communities.
Listening to EPs from across the country, we’re working with leading Psychologists in a broad range of different areas to create masterclass courses for you; the kind which we hope will become a valuable asset for the whole EP community for many years to come.
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