Educational Psychology

The One Editorial Educational Psychology blog brings you up to date information and guidance, created by sector experts.

Educational Psychology Blog

We are a dynamic and supportive educational psychology team focused on helping education professionals to find creative solutions in the most difficult situations. One Editorial Educational Psychology blog brings you the latest ideas and news from our education professionals.

One Education Educational Psychologists are Health and Care Professions Council registered, attend regular supervision and keep skills and knowledge up-to-date with practice that is underpinned by core principles and values.

Educational Psychology

Young People, Excessive Internet Use and Mental Health

By Helen Gore on

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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Working with parents to manage children’s behaviour in the Early Years

By Frances Parker on

Early Years settings working in partnership with parents and carers is central to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). Educational Psychologists are involved in supporting the development of children at home and at school. As practice psychologists working with young children, we use psychological theory to underpin advice and support to parents and educational staff.

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Supporting those affected in the Manchester Arena attack

By Susan Posada on

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.

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Identifying Eating Disorders Early

By Rathika Marsh on

While recent figures suggest that less young people are hospitalised due to eating disorders, many are still battling with these complex conditions and young men are more likely to remain under-diagnosed.

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Happiness - our greatest gift

By John Woods on

With Christmas good cheer and a New Year around the corner, it's a perfect time to focus on how to cultivate happiness into our lives, by taking a look at "Positive Psychology".

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Autism & the transition to adulthood

By Rai Fayette on

It is our job to ensure that young people with autism spectrum conditions (ASC) are given every opportunity to meaningfully participate in the planning stages of their transition to adulthood.

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