Navigating the Virtual Evolution

Unveiling Hidden Values and Challenges in Remote Psychological and Psychiatric Assessments

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The Impact of COVID on Children and Young People, Families and Staff. How to manage the rise in anxiety.

The seismic shockwaves of the COVID-19 pandemic have reverberated through every facet of society. Among the most affected are children and young people, who grapple with disruptions to their routines and a world seemingly turned upside down. Families can face a huge range of uncertainties, as well as people on…

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An Increase in independent practices. Challenges and Support Mechanisms

Challenges in Running an Independent Practice Running an independent psychology practice in the UK comes with its own set of challenges. To navigate this demanding field successfully, professionals and entrepreneurs must address several key issues. This report outlines the four most common and difficult hurdles they face, supported by data…

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The Difficulties of Running a Private Psychology Practice in the UK

Running a private psychology practice in the UK is a profession of immense significance. It’s not just a business; it’s a lifeline for many individuals struggling with their mental health. The role of a private psychologist goes beyond diagnostics and treatments; it extends into the realm of empathy, understanding, and…

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Tuition fees – to cut or not to cut

Despite anecdotal evidence that higher tuition fees act as a deterrent to university applications and the fact that a review commissioned by the Prime Minister is expected to recommend major cuts, Education Secretary Damian Hinds has said there is no evidence higher tuition fees have deterred young people in England…

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Councils facing £472 million deficit in SEND funding

Cllr Anntoinette Bramble, Chair of the Local Government Association’s Children and Young People Board, has responded to the announcement by the Department for Education of funding to support children with special educational needs and disabilities. Praising the Government’s recognition of the issues begin faced by Councils across the country, Cllr…

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