MEET THE TEAM

DR. KATHRYN GIBB

Educational & Child Psychologist
Director of Learning & Wellbeing Psychology

I have worked as an Educational Psychologist in a number of inner London Boroughs, outer London Boroughs and Shire Counties for over 14 years, providing psychological support in mainstream schools, special schools and alternative provisions across the 0-25 age range. I chose to become an Educational Psychologist after working as a primary teacher and primary school SENCO, as I wanted to be in a position to offer specialist support.

 

I have expertise in working with schools and local authorities to enable children to develop positive peer relationships and reduce bullying, and in supporting schools and families to meet the needs of children and young people who find attentional skills, social communication and social understanding hard. I have had lead roles in Local Authorities around Anti-Bullying work and supporting neuro-diverse children. I have an interest in reducing the use of timeout, positive handling and exclusion.

DR. ANISA-REE MOSES

Educational & Child Psychologist
Director of Learning & Wellbeing Psychology

I completed my doctoral training at University College London and have worked in both London and the Home Counties. I have over ten years’ experience working with children and young people in a number of roles.

I am passionate about promoting positive learning experiences. Our best work places the child at the centre and empowers those around the child to affect positive change. I consider myself a ‘student forever’ eager to build on my academic foundation and stay up to date with research.

My determination to turn information into action led to my involvement in successfully rolling out Emotional Literacy Support Assistant training and providing supervision to various educational staff.

DR. AMY SUCH

Educational & Child Psychologist
Director of Learning & Wellbeing Psychology

I completed my doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology at University of East London and have worked in a number of Local Authority Educational Psychology Services. I have an interest in meeting the social, emotional and mental health needs of children and young people through supporting projects such as Nurture Groups and the Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) programme.

I have significant experience working with children and young people on the autism spectrum. In particular, my interests include the presentation of social communication difficulties within the female population.  Through this, I have had the opportunity to develop a wellbeing intervention for girls with autism, alongside co-author Dr Tina Rae.

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