Our service workforce is made up of the following:
Principal Educational Psychologist
Provide strategic leadership and management for the Educational Psychology Service, including development and influence of policy and practice in relation to the work of the service.
Educational Psychology Team Managers
Lead and manage Educational Psychology Service delivery within a defined geographical area, including line management of Educational Psychology practitioners within the area.
Senior Educational Psychologists
In addition to the work carried out by Educational Psychologists; provide psychological supervision to Educational Psychology practitioners & deputise for the Area EP Lead/Team Manager as required
Provide Psychological advice (including statutory advice) to SEND services, schools, parents and children/young people. Contribute to multi agency support to ensure children and young people’s life experiences are optimised, with a focus on agreed outcomes. Provide crisis/critical incident support, including debriefing for colleagues.
Trainee Educational Psychologists
Develop knowledge, skills & experience required within the role of an Educational Psychologist through increasing independent responsibility and involvement in service activities.
Provide support to EPs in appropriate areas of service delivery. Assist EPs & independently deliver interventions & training to Schools/educational settings.
Educational Psychology Service Support Officers
Provide administrative support to Educational Psychologists and support the functioning of Educational Psychology Service teams through direct work with EP team managers.
Educational Psychology Service Performance Monitoring & Projects Officer
Lead & manage large and complex projects within the service. Design & implement the provision of regular management/performance information & service level monitoring data.