Falkirk Educational Psychology Service

Working in Partnership to Improve Outcomes for Children in Falkirk

Training and Development

Educational Psychologists provide training and undertake development work on a range of areas. This is usually needs led and identified in conjunction with partners. We are increasingly developing and delivering training in partnership with other specialist teams. We use evidence-based approaches such as the Coach Consult Method and Implementation Science. We offer training across three levels from awareness level to advanced or specialist.

This is aimed at maximizing the impact on practice change and improving outcomes for children. Delegates who attend training report that the experience is very positive and encourages reflective practice.

The training we provide is usually aimed at practitioners from school, although also includes other services. further details on the current and recent programmes are found on our practitioners network pages, or CPD manager for Falkirk education staff.

Areas where we have provided training and development work include:

  • Attachment
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder
  • Bereavement, Loss and Change – Seasons for Growth
  • Brain development
  • Building Resilience
  • Early Intervention
  • De-escalation and Conflict Resolution
  • Connecting with Parents Motivation Training
  • Growth Mindset
  • Learning difficulties
  • Literacy
  • Numeracy Attainment – Bridging the Gaps
  • Nurture
  • Parenting programmes
  • Pathways for assessment and intervention
  • Pedagogy for children with Complex needs
  • Restorative Approaches
  • Self–regulation
  • Social Emotional and Behavioural Development needs
  • Solution Oriented Approaches
  • Stress
  • Understanding Children’s Behaviour including Autism and AD/HD
  • Wellbeing

Contact Info

01324 506600
9am - 5pm, Mon-Fri


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