Helen Gore

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Helen is an Educational Psychologist and a recent addition to the One Education team. Previously she was a qualified primary teacher working in both key stage one and key stage two in mainstream primary schools in the North West of England.

During this time Helen completed her masters in teaching and learning which re-kindled her interest in psychology and Special Educational Needs (SEN) and led her to apply for, and gain, a place on the Educational Psychology Doctorate training at the Tavistock and Portman, London.

Helen has a variety of interests within the field of Educational Psychology and is currently enjoying expanding her knowledge in the area of Looked After Children.

Helen is currently involved in trialling the use of iPads for psychological assessments.

In her spare time, Helen enjoys running for fitness, reading, and travelling.

Helen Gore has written 2 posts

Educational Psychology

Young People, Excessive Internet Use and Mental Health

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For young people today, the vast majority of them do not know life without the convenience and accessibility of the internet. 

Are young people spending more time online and is that causing the difficulties with their mental health or are young people feeling lonely, disengaged and turning to the internet? Nevertheless, high internet use and negative affect appear to be related.

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Young People

YOLO, Don’t Bow to FOMO!

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Or for the oldies; ‘You Only Live Once’, don’t bow to ‘Fear of Missing Out’! A blog for young people about ensuring you aren't spending too much time on Social Media

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