Educational Psychology (EP)
EPs are a professional psychological support service that enables positive change to happen for children and young people, families, schools, colleges and other settings.
At Rosehill, we use psychology to bring people and ideas together to support children and young people to remain included academically and socially, and to flourish and achieve.
The EP service supports settings to educate, nurture and include all children and young people,
particularly those with high levels of additional needs, or who may be additionally vulnerable.
They work closely with parents and carers, other professionals and organisations to develop
the support available for these children.
The brochure below shows you who they are as a service and the range of EP assessment, support and intervention currently available to our setting.
Each item listed explains what it is, what the benefits are, and gives a guide to how much time this may take to deliver, in terms of sessions.
For further information about the EP service please contact:
Cheryl Steele firstname.lastname@example.org