Everyone has traumatic experiences during their lives. Sometimes the effect of a trauma can stay with us long after the event. This seems to have something to do with the way the brain processes information when trauma occurs.
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Audrey is an Educational Psychologist with over 25 years’ experience in education, working in a wide range of educational settings and multi-disciplinary teams.
Audrey previously worked as a Primary School Teacher in the UK and overseas before completing her training in Educational Psychology at the University of Dundee.
During her time as an Educational Psychologist (EP) in Scotland, Audrey had the specialist remit as EP in a Multi-disciplinary Early Years Team, helping to support the additional support needs of young children and their families.
Audrey worked in Qatar where she worked with her Arabic colleagues to set up a Nurture Group to support children from the international community make the transition into school.
Audrey is passionate about promoting the social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people. Her special interests include; early years, trauma and bereavement and attachment. Audrey is experienced in therapeutic work for those affected by trauma, loss and change.