Recommendation for Educational Psychologist

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SpecialMom
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Recommendation for Educational Psychologist

Postby SpecialMom » Tue Jul 28, 2020 8:07 pm

Looking for a personal recommendation for Educational Psychologist for secondary school child - special needs.
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Re: Recommendation for Educational Psychologist

Postby dessiemondo » Mon Aug 03, 2020 8:29 am

Good morning. I have an educational psychologist working in and around the south London area, as well as much further afield. I am passionate about providing practical solutions for students with a range of individual needs. You can feel free to check out my website or give me a call. Looking forward to hearing from you. Des 07765006881 oconnorassessment at g mail dot com
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Re: Recommendation for Educational Psychologist

Postby McLeod » Mon Aug 03, 2020 9:50 am

Please give me a ring and I can talk to you about the various ones. I’m an SEND specialist. My website is amandamcleod .org (no spaces) 07866552867
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Re: Recommendation for Educational Psychologist

Postby parentpractice » Mon Aug 03, 2020 6:17 pm

Hello Special Mum

I strongly recommend Dr Josephine Stork a neuro diversity specialist in ADHD and ASDA and a great chartered educational psychologist 

Her contact details are : josephine@drstorek.com and she has a private practice in South Kensington. She is one of the best in the field and her report writing is first class.

Not sure what SEN needs your teen has, but if you want some hope and optimism, you may enjoy my book 'My Child's Different' which tells the story of my own neuro diverse son, who was by the age of seven excluded from three schools in so many years and with the right support and educational environment, he had a transformational journey from difficult child to entrepreneur

Good luck Special Mum

Elaine @The Parent Practice 

 
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