About Psychology4Learning

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Psychology4Learning was established in 2016 by Dr Robert Beadel (Educational Psychologist), Paula Williams (Educational Psychologist) and Claire Olliffe (Business Director) and provides educational psychologists to schools and parents. After many years working in the public sector, the three founders felt their skills would be best applied by establishing a private educational psychologist business to meet the increasing needs of schools and their pupils. We now have an experienced team of 8 Associate Educational Psychologists, as well as the two founder Educational Psychologists, working with over 80 schools and parents across Buckinghamshire and neighbouring counties.

Our private Educational Psychologists want to share their knowledge and experience with ALL parents and schools. They have spent many years working for Local Authorities, and are now using this experience to bring educational psychology directly to schools, other educational settings, parents and carers. Our aim is to provide the education sector with an independent and trusted psychology provider who is fully committed to putting the needs of the child first.

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Statement of Principles

Statement of Principles

The work of Psychology4Learning is informed by the Heath and Care Professions Council ‘Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics’ and the British Psychological Society ‘Code of Conduct ‘.

The following are our Statement of Principles:

  1. The aim of P4L is to promote best outcomes for children and young people in their families and communities.
  2. The primary client of P4L is the child or young person and our work is intended to further their interests.  Within this framework, our advice will be independent of any competing interests, personal or institutional.
  3. P4L works in partnership with children, young people, the adults involved with their care, and the professionals involved.
  4. P4L is committed to supporting a positive and nurturing environment, facilitating learning and taking account of the developing evidence-base relevant to our work.

The Statement of Principles underpin all of the work undertaken by Psychology4Learning and our associate educational psychologists.