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Educational Psychologist - Availability from April

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Circle Psychology Partners are delighted to introduce our new Educational and Child Psychologist, Dr Hannah Green.

Hannah has availability for educational psychology assessments and therapeutic work on Fridays from 3rd April in our new Therapy Rooms on Lordship Lane (20-22 Lordship Lane, SE22 8HN)

Her profile will be on our website in the next week www.circlepsychologypartners.co.uk

You can book an appointment by contacting us on [email protected]


An Educational and Child Psychologist (EP) applies psychology to support children's and young people's development and learning. Educational and Child Psychologists can work in private practice, charities, NHS, Children's homes and for legal services. They can also work in Local Authorities. EPs work with early years settings, schools, college and families for the benefit of children and young people who have significant and complex needs, between the ages of 0-25.


I am an experienced Educational and Child Psychologist working with children (and their respective families) from new born to twenty five years old. I currently work for a Local Authority as a specialist Educational and Child Psychologist for social, emotional and mental health difficulties. One day a week I work privately with other Local Authorities, agencies, and independent psychology firms and directly with schools. I have worked with children and young people in a diverse range of contexts, including families from inner and outer London communities and those in the counties.

As an Educational and Child Psychologist, I use a range of psychological knowledge, theories and evidence-based practice to provide advice to families and schools in order to meet children/young people?s educational, social, emotional, mental health and developmental needs.


If you and your child?s school are concerned about the progress and development of your child. My support will include meeting with parents/carers, meeting with the child and possibly teachers to gain an understanding of the child's strengths and difficulties.


? Social, emotional, mental health and behavioural difficulties;

? Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD);

? Learning assessments;

? Dyslexia;

? Memory and processing difficulties;

? In school training, support and supervision;

? Therapeutic work: counselling/ cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)/ Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) and Compassion focused Therapy (CFT).

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