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Educational Psychology Services for Families

From telephone consultations to assessments, we help families understand what is important to young people.

Supporting families


Initial Telephone Consultations (1 hour = £80)

We offer telephone consultations at flexible times of the day so that we can get the ball rolling together. A 1-hour initial consultation with one of our team costs £80.

Reporting the Voice of the Child

We recognise that sometimes it can help to have a professional involved to understand your child’s thoughts and feelings about certain issues. We offer face-to-face discussions with young people at their school to establish their views. In doing so, we can help families to better understand what is important to the young people in their lives.

Individual assessments


We use specific assessments to gauge and identify how people learn and their general abilities in specific areas. By using cognitive and learning assessments, we can help school staff, families and young people gain a comprehensive understanding of an individual’s learning profile and learning capacity.​

Cognitive Assessments 

  • Give us detailed information on how a person learns best while identifying their strengths and difficulties.

Literacy Assessments 

  • Identify specific difficulties with literacy. Literacy assessments can include a reading, spelling, writing and/or comprehension assessment depending on the difficulties that a young person is experiencing.

  • In combination with additional information provided by the young person’s education setting, they can help to identify a specific learning difficulty (such as dyslexia).

Numeracy Assessments 

  • Identify specific difficulties with numeracy. If the need is specific to only numeracy, then the assessment may indicative of dyscalculia.

Memory Assessments 

  • Memory ability impacts how we access instructions and carry out day-to-day tasks. We can assess and clarify a person’s memory profile, which will help in understanding how best to teach a young person in line with their strengths and learning profile.

Executive Functioning Assessments 

  • Executive function is a set of mental skills you use in day-to-day life that help you get things done. Executive functions are controlled by an area of the brain called the frontal lobe. Executive function helps us to manage time, pay attention, initiate and monitor tasks, switch focus, plan ahead and organise ourselves and our materials.

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