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DECP TEP Annual Conference 2019

Wednesday 9th January 2019 at Apex City of Bath Hotel

The DECP Trainee Educational Psychologists' Conference enables newly qualified EPs and those in training to disseminate their research findings. The event provides a unique opportunity for trainee EPs to network and to develop their research expertise in a range of methodologies, as well as accessing the evolving evidence base for professional practice.

Conference Programme

DECP TEP Annual Conference Programme

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Thank you to all our presenters.

Parallel Session 10.15 - 11.15

Linking the past to the future: An exploration of the educational experiences of children who have lived with domestic abuse
Dr Sarah Chestnutt

An exploration of young people's experiences of participating in boxing as an intervention
Jo Taylor

What are the lived experiences of siblings of children and young people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis
Tamzin Messeter

Parallel Session 11.45 - 12.45

What can the lived experiences of young gang members tell us about what occupies the 'black box' that mediates gang membership and offending? A systematic review
Thomas Boden

Exploring boys' experiences of ADHD and good practice in mainstream secondary schools: a multi-informant study
Dr Emma Flack

An Evaluation of the Homunculi Approach as an Intervention for Pupils with Autism Spectrum experiencing Anxiety
Harriet Maydew

Parallel Session 13.45 - 14.45

Adolescent girls, social media and educational psychology
Dr Caroline Butler

Exploring the experiences of school exclusion for pupils on the autism spectrum
Dr Laura Gray

A Qualitative Exploration of Pupil, Parent and Staff Discourses of Extended School Non-Attendance
Dr Kate Clissold

Parallel Session 14.45 - 15.45

An Exploration Of Young Offenders' Life Trajectories Through Narrative
Holly Ackland

What ADHD means to me: Children’s, Parent’s and Teacher’s views of ADHD
Nisha Parekh
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An exploration of the sleep needs, experiences and perspectives of adolescents who have been excluded from mainstream education
Dr Josie Bainton

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227776.


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