Educational Psychology

Meet The Team

As one of the largest teams of Educational Psychologists in the country, we can share a breadth of expertise in child development, psychological theory and research

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Sarah is a HCPC registered Principal Educational Psychologist at One Education. She has an extensive background in education including experience of teaching in secondary and Post-16 sectors. Sarah is passionate about using psychology to make a positive difference for children and families. Sarah’s professional and research interests include trauma-informed practice, critical incident response, mental health and working in multi-disciplinary teams. She has published research in the field of adoption. Sarah is also an academic and professional lecturer on the Doctorate in Educational Psychology at The University of Manchester

Dr Sarah McIntosh


Mehmet is a HCPC registered senior educational psychologist. His professional and research interests include, early years, video interaction guidance (qualified practitioner and trainee supervisor), mental health and wellbeing, social justice, consultation and solution-focused approaches. Mehmet is also a tutor and lecturer for educational psychologists in training.

Dr Mehmet Agdiran


Carrie has been an EP for over 17 years and has worked as part of specialist, community and multi-disciplinary teams. Prior to qualifying as a psychologist, Carrie worked in children’s social care, taught and subsequently worked as a headteacher in specialist schools for children with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs. Carrie has worked closely with Manchester City Council to develop the Inclusion Strategy Toolkit and is passionate about seeking ways to ensure all children/young people across the city feel a sense of belonging to both their education settings and their communities.

Carrie Bray


Audrey is passionate about working in the local community in Manchester to support children and families. She works with partner agencies including Manchester City Council and Parent Carer Forum to offer support, advice and information. Audrey’s areas of specialism include bereavement and trauma and she leads the Critical Incident Team at One Education. The team provide support to educational settings after a traumatic incident has occurred, including training and research to support school’s readiness to manage serious incidents within their settings.

Audrey Johnson


Helen has over 12 years’ experience of working within education including, working as a qualified teacher in the primary sector. Further to her Doctorate in Child, Community, and Educational Psychology, and Post-Graduate Certificate in Education, she holds a Master’s in teaching and learning. Helen’s professional interests include, care experienced children and young people, trauma informed practice, early years, the mental well-being of those working and supporting pupils, and supporting the aspirations of all pupils.

Helen Gore


Abigail has worked for One Education for nine years and prior to this, as an EP for Oldham LA. Previously, she taught special needs, modern languages and EAL in Manchester high schools and was a Year Head. Abigail works closely with the Social Communication Pathway and feels strongly about the importance of supporting parents/carers and developing community links. She has written books and delivered training on domestic abuse and coercive control and is an honorary tutor on the EP doctoral training programme.

Abigail Sterne


Tricia has over 10 years experience working within the education sector and has been qualified as an EP for over 4 years. Tricia has an additional 15 years experience working with families, young people and adults with complex need. She believes in the power of early intervention. She has a professional interest in supporting children who have experienced developmental trauma (within a multi disciplinary adoption service) and meeting the needs of those accessing Hospital Education. Her professional research interests include supporting transitions and anxiety based school avoidance.

Tricia Euston


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