Promoting psychological well-being through:
  • Treating psychopathology

  • Promoting learning

  • Facilitating development across the life span

  • Psychotherapy

  • Family therapy

  • Group work

  • Community interventions

  • Parental guidance

  • Couples counselling

  • Marital therapy

  • Play-therapy

  • Parent infant psychotherapy

  • Case management

  • Psycho-educational assessments

  • Psycho-legal assessments

  • Vocational assessments

  • Examination concession assessments

  • Study skills

  • Attachment and bonding

  • Parenting strategies

Assessing, diagnosing and treating a wide variety of psychological issues, such as:
  • Problems first diagnosed in infancy, childhood or adolescence

  • Alcohol and drug abuse

  • Depression

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Problems of adjustment

  • Sexual problems

  • Gender identity

  • Eating disorders

  • Sleep disorders

  • Personality disorders

  • Relationship issues

  • Bereavement and loss

  • Reconstructed families

  • Divorce

  • Abuse

  • Intellectual disability

  • Autistic spectrum disorders

  • Learning difficulties

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Obsessive compulsive disorders

  • Developmental delay

  • Family conflict

  • Post-natal depression

What Do Educational Psychologists Do?

Some areas of activity for educational psychologists, within their specialised focus on learning and development, may include the following:

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