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Our educational psychology blogs relate to topics around educational psychology and our educational psychologists, including learning difficulties, specific conditions, and social, emotional and mental health.

By Martine Crompton

HSR Psychology spring update 2019

Welcome to our spring update of 2019! As all the daffodils are blossoming, so are we! Take a look at what we have gotten up to over the past few months: Our team is growing! We are currently on the lookout for […]

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By Martine Crompton

HSR Psychology winter update of 2018

Welcome to our winter update of 2018! Over the past few months, we have had a lot of things happen […]

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By Lauren O'Loughlin

How a psychological assessment can help you to better understand your child’s needs

Psychological assessments can be beneficial for many aspects of your child’s life – for example, they can bring about improvements […]

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By Martine Crompton

How to support a child with autism over summer

With the summer holidays here, it can be a daunting time for families with children who have autism. Don’t fret! […]

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Why is positive psychology a popular approach?

Positive psychology, in its simplest form, is the study of positive human functioning and flourishing on multiple levels. It was developed to overcome limitations of both psychodynamic

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Promoting spelling

This blog is a summary of everything I learnt, or thought was important from the promoting spelling part of our […]

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Promoting memory

Our CPD event on promoting memory was very interesting for me, here’s a summary for those of you who couldn’t […]

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By Sarah Ward

Vacancy for an educational psychologist at HSR Psychology

Will you help children and young people to be happy, safe and ready for life’s challenges? Would you like to […]

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By Sarah Ward

ADHD Awareness

ADHD Some children, young people and adults live a happy and fulfilled life with undiagnosed ADHD; this could be due […]

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By Sarah Ward

Teaching for neurodiversity

What is neurodiversity? Neurodiversity is a concept which recognises and respects neurological differences in the same way you would for […]

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By Sarah Ward

ASC awareness

ASC Autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) are developmental conditions which affects individuals in very different ways. We need to break the […]

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