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Integrated Services for LearningEducational Psychology Team

We help schools, settings and families to understand and manage a wide range of developmental issues and special educational needs. We use psychological based approaches to assess and intervene to enhance the learning, emotional health and well being of children and young people aged 0-19 years.

  • We provide support at an individual, group and organisational level and offer a range of bespoke training and professional development
  • We contribute psychological advice as part of statutory SEN assessments
  • We also provide support for critical incidents such as the serious injury or death of a child, member of staff or parent.

All schools have a named link Educational Psychologist.

Speak to your named Educational Psychologist in the first instance. If you have any further queries please contact your Area Team Manager.

Contacts for your Area Educational Psychology Team and support is available here:

 

Access to support and advice about individual children from any of our teams in ISL is through a service request form with the exception of requests for statutory assessments of SEN which should go through the established Hertfordshire processes.

The ISL teams will also attend Team Around The Family (TAFs) meetings when appropriate as part of the Common Assessment Framework and Early Support.

To access the Service Request Form and guidance please go to:

 

A series of critical incident leaflets can be downloaded from: