Southend Educational Psychology Service - Supporting & Endorsing Psychological Solutions
The Educational Psychology Service (EPS) aim to improve the life chances of all through their work within the local community. Currently most work delivered by Educational Psychologists‘ (EPs) relates to teaching and learning, social-emotional wellbeing and development. Work is carried out on behalf of children and young people aged 0-25 years, parents and carers, schools, early years settings, FE colleges, as well as a range of agencies such as social care and health. EPs contribute to local and national priorities, aiming to enhance social inclusion, social and emotional well-being of young people and families and raise attainment.
Anne Powell-Davies – Principal Educational Psychologist Tina Axup – Senior Educational Psychologist Paula Pashley – Senior Educational Psychologist Ghazala Malik – Educational Psychologist Sarah Sivers – Educational Psychologist Patrick Sullivan - Educational Psychologist Nicole Schnackenberg – Trainee Educational Psychologist Sarah Wendland – Trainee Educational Psychologist
Core Functions of the EPS Are:
What the Educational Psychology Service Offer:
Annual contracts and other packages
Ad-hoc support and other services