Division of Educational & Child Psychology




Guidelines for Educational Psychologists(EPs) when preparing reports for children and young people following the implementation of The Children And Families Act 2014**NEW**Description: Tp provide support to EP's in writingtheri psychological advicefor EHC needs assessmentPublication date: July... more
DECP 2019 Conference: Responding to Children in the 21st Century: rights, voices and a sense of belonging.This conference aims to explore the changing needs of children and young people in the 21st century. There will be a focus on the role of the educational psychologist in ensuring... more
The consultation about the BPS member network review is now closed and you will find the response from the DECP committee in this edition of Debate. There was strong agreement between the Divisions and Special groups about the value of the individual networks in supporting the professional practice... more
The “Guidance for Educational Psychologist (EPs) when preparing reports for children and young people following implementation of The Children and Families Act 2014” – the publication of this document was requested by many EPs and by the Department for Education (DfE) in order to update and replace... more
Volume 33(3): Research Methods for Educational PsychologistsGuest Editors: Tommy MacKay, Jim Boyle & Rachel ColeIn recent years educational psychology has increasingly established its position as a profession which is not only committed to evidence-informed practice but which also seeks to... more