For those impacted upon by significant traumatic events, it is a time when traumatic memories can resurface and a time when we need to be particularly aware of how difficult it can be for those affected.
Dr Susan Posada
One Editorial Blog
Susan is One Education's Lead Educational Psychologist, directing our extensive team. She has 25 years’ experience working as an Educational Psychologist in the North West.
Alongside her work as an Educational Psychologist Susan previously worked as an Academic and Professional Tutor on the post graduate training course for Educational Psychologists at The University of Manchester.
Her specialisms lie in early years, trauma & bereavement and therapeutic work for those affected by trauma and loss. She is also experienced in critical incident response and is interested in the psychology of leadership.
Susan Posada has written 2 posts
The BPS have just launched their new guide to leadership sponsored by Goldsmiths, University of London; Institute of Management Studies and written by Ella Rhodes, staff journalist for The Psychologist. Here are the ten top tips from psychologists for effective leaders: