Meet the Educational Psychologists
Rob is a member of the British Psychological Society including the ‘Division of Educational and Child Psychology’ and the ‘Special interest Group in Coaching Psychology.’
Rob is a Founder of Psychology4Learning, and is able to provide professional support to P4L Educational Psychologists.
She is keen to make psychology accessible to a wide audience, confident that lives can be improved through the application of evidenced based practices. Her particular interests are in Early Years and Mental Health issues. Paula is also trained in: Solution based therapy, Detraumatisation and fast phobia treatment (Human Givens), The Incredible Years (Webster-Stratton) Parenting programme, The Nurture Programme – Family Links Parenting programme. In Milton Keyens she was known as the sleep lady after successfully helping many parents to achieve a better night’s sleep.
Paula is a Founder of Psychology4Learning, and is able to provide professional support to P4L Educational Psychologists.
Claire has 10 years experience of working in the public sector, with roles in both the NHS and Local Authorities, managing the business side of clinical services.
Before working in the Public sector, Claire worked in international technology companies, developing and managing strategic marketing programmes.
She completed a doctorate in Educational Psychology (April 2010) and her thesis area focused on strengthening parental contributions to school readiness and early childhood learning. Sangeeta originally trained as a primary school teacher and has specialised experience with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).
Rachel gained her doctorate of Educational Psychology at the University of Southampton and has a Masters degree from the University of Cambridge.
Having a wide range of experience within the education sector including secondary school teaching and work in specialist and mainstream schools supporting children with various needs from early years to post 16 has led to an interest in many areas and approaches to supporting children, and the systems around them, to develop and evolve.
Monica gained her Masters in Educational Psychology in 2009 from the University of Strathclyde and became a Chartered Educational Psychologist in 2011.