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DECP TEP Conference 2016

Tuesday 5th January 2016 at Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury

The DECP Annual Conference 2016 is preceded by our Trainee Education Psychologist (TEP) Event showcasing research from current trainees and newly qualified EPs. The TEP provides an opportunity for both current trainees and new entrants to the profession to disseminate the findings from their research activity to those currently in training.

Programme

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Presentation Downloads

Presentations are available to download here (if we have permission to share them).

Helping secondary school teachers to strengthen relationships with students
William Bulman

Labels of SEN: Perceptions and Experiences of Young People with a classification of BESD
Emma Sheffield

Using Mindfulness Based Interventions with Young People on the Autistic Spectrum
Teresa Wheeler

Children with Speech, Language and Communication Needs: Challenging the role of Educational Psychologists
Joanna Vivash

Pass the Parcel". Are managed moves an effective intervention? Is there a role for Educational Psychologists in facilitating the process?
Christopher Bagley

A pilot comparison of individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorder performance during a standard false-belief task and an adapted false-belief task.
Abigail Tee

Adolescent neglect: A new approach to conceptualisation and measurement (and the findings from a national schools survey on teenagers' experiences of parental care)
Phil Raws

Labelling difficulties: the curious case of EPs and evidence-based practice
Daniel O'Hare

Using consultation with class teachers to develop inclusive practice: an action research project.
Dr Hester Riviere

Exploring the views of mainstream primary class teachers supporting children learning English as an additional language (EAL).
Elma Shalloo

Children's Levels of Contingent Self-Esteem and Social and Emotional Wellbeing
Jonathan Moore

Strength-based interventions in secondary schools: How can they be most helpful for pupils at-risk and not-at-risk of exclusion? - we are unable to share this presentation
Rodanthi Chatzinikolaou

Registration fees can be found on the booking form. If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227774

Venue

Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury

Coram St, London, WC1N 1HT •  Website

Additional Information

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