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An Educational Psychologist is concerned with helping children or young people who are experiencing problems within an educational setting. Challenges may include social and/or emotional problems or learning difficulties.
The Stoke Educational & Child Psychology Service works in close partnership with schools, settings and other providers of care and education for children. Involvements with children and young people are to enhance their achievement and wellbeing at school, staying emotionally and mentally healthy, staying safe, improving social behaviour and preventing bullying.
Individual and group support via schools and children’s centres for 0 - 19 year olds and families experiencing social, emotional and/or behavioural difficulties. Also working with individuals with learning difficulties and disabilities along with their families.
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
Children, young people and their families usually need to be referred to these services by a professional, such as a teacher or Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO).
Tel: 01782 234700