EdPsych4Kids

Hello, I'm Hannah Morris, an independent Educational Psychologist, with 14 years experience of assessing children's strengths and difficulties, as well as advising families and schools for how to help with learning, behaviour and development. The children I work with attend a variety of educational settings, including Early Years, mainstream, independent, specialist and additionally resourced provisions.

Since qualifying as an Educational Psychologist, with distinction, at the Institute of Education, I have gained extensive professional and voluntary experience in areas such as psychology, teaching, special educational needs (SEN), counselling, governance, trusteeship, youth work, consultancy and leadership.

As well as undertaking individual case work, I have delivered a wide range of training to schools, parents, foster carers, charities and extra-curricular organisations. Topics covered include memory, maths, literacy, bereavement and loss, Early Years, gifted and talented, attachment, speech and language, mental health and wellbeing, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism.

My practice is founded on the principle of understanding and I'm passionate about enabling children to thrive in education. Through sharing my psychology ’toolbox', I aim to empower parents and educators in better understanding, supporting and engaging children with special educational needs.

Hello, I'm Hannah Morris, an independent Educational Psychologist, with 14 years experience of assessing children's strengths and difficulties, as well as advising families and schools for how to help with learning, behaviour and development. The children I work with attend a variety of educational settings, including Early Years, mainstream, independent, specialist and additionally resourced provisions.

Since qualifying as an Educational Psychologist, with distinction, at the Institute of Education, I have gained extensive professional and voluntary experience in areas such as psychology, teaching, special educational needs (SEN), counselling, governance, trusteeship, youth work, consultancy and leadership.

As well as undertaking individual case work, I have delivered a wide range of training to schools, parents, foster carers, charities and extra-curricular organisations. Topics covered include memory, maths, literacy, bereavement and loss, Early Years, gifted and talented, attachment, speech and language, mental health and wellbeing, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism.

My practice is founded on the principle of understanding and I'm passionate about enabling children to thrive in education. Through sharing my psychology ’toolbox', I aim to empower parents and educators in better understanding, supporting and engaging children with special educational needs.

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