The Psychological Service promotes inclusion of all children and young people to maximise their potential for learning and to enhance their social and emotional wellbeing. We work with and through the significant people in children’s lives: parents, school staff, and other professionals. We also work with and for children where there are barriers to learning that may arise from a range of factors including disabilities, health needs, family circumstances, the learning environment and social and emotional factors.
Glasgow Psychological Service embraces the value of equality of opportunity and fairness and all demands made on service delivery are subject to these principles.
All psychologists are registered or eligible for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) which regulates the profession.
We have close links with the post-graduate training courses at Strathclyde and Dundee Universities and support trainees from both. Glasgow Psychological Service is also accredited with the British Psychological Society to provide a probationary period for new entrants to the profession.
Glasgow Psychological Service has written policies and practice guidelines in key aspects of service provision, which are regularly updated and reviewed. We are committed to quality and continuous improvement in all aspects of our work.