Evidence-based psychology services for schools, families and carers.
Our aim is to help young people and professionals across the UK to believe in their potential. We know that by working with schools and families, we can bring about change for all children.
Our team includes Child and Educational Psychologists, Clinical Psychologists and Assistant Psychologists.
We recognise that the wellbeing of individuals is pivotal to a strong, resilient support system for young people. That is why we also offer support to staff via coaching, supervision and training.
“Believe in Potential have provided a very timely, professional report for our pupil at a pivotal time in their life. The report is so insightful, and contains incredibly useful advice for us to move forward in supporting X. The parent of our pupil referred to the report as a ‘game changer’ which perhaps indicates the power of the conclusions drawn. I most definitely want to come back to 'Believe in Potential' in the future, and have no hesitation in recommending your service wholeheartedly."
Judith, Inclusion Coordinator (2022)
Dr Grant provided an excellent service. She was extremely capable, efficient and had confidence in her approach and interaction with both myself and school staff. The report she has provided will go a long way to helping my son receive further provision to meet his needs. I cannot recommend her highly enough.
We support young people by enhancing the expertise of the networks around them.
Believe in Potential was founded in 2018 by Dr Jo Grant, who has 20 years' experience as an educational professional working within Local Authorities and as an Independent Chartered Child and Educational Psychologist.
Dr Jo provides consultations, workshops and training for education, social services and healthcare professionals. As well as foster carers, social workers and designated teachers, Dr Jo also specialises in training for virtual school networks.
For Dr Jo and her team of associates, the aim continues to be to offer holistic, child-focused services that are easily accessible to families, schools and communities, together with social care staff and carers who wish to continue their professional development.