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Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

Dr Helen Pote (Clinical Psychologist) and Tessa Saunders (Trainee Clinical Psychologist) have created this presentation introducing a Mental Health First Aid App for Teachers to support young people's emotional wellbeing.

So you want to be a Clinical Psychologist?

As part of British Science Week 2018 Dr Helen Pote, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway University was invited to talk to primary school children about her role as a Researcher and Clinical Psychologist. 

Research and Practice Meeting 2017

Supporting language and literacy in school Workshop

Supporting mental health during educational transitions Workshop

Vocabulary and reading in secondary school (VaRiSS) Dr Jessie Ricketts

Do children need explicit instruction in learning to read? Professor Kathy Rastle

Mental Health Literacy in Schools: What works? Dr Helen Pote

Using mental time travel to regulate emotion in adolescence: modulation by reactive aggression Dr Catherine Sebastian

Autism myths: How recent research challenges perceptions of autism Dr Eilidh Cage

Research and Practice Meeting 2016

Peer Support and Mentoring Systems in Schools Dr Alana James

Adolescent Socio-Emotional Functioning Dr Catherine Sebastian

Shyness, Social Anxiety & Social-Emotional functioning Dr Dawn Watling

Understanding Young Peoples' Mental Health in Schools Dr Helen Pote

Vocabulary and Reading in Secondary School (VaRiSS) Dr Jessie Ricketts

How Does the Brain Solve the Problem of Reading Professor Kathy Rastle

Read the August 2017 British Psychological Society (BPS) Child & Family Clinical Psychology Review, co-authored by Dr Helen Pote:

What good looks like in psychological services for schools and colleges: Primary prevention, early intervention and mental health provision

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