Lisa Armstrong CPsychol
Lisa qualified as an Educational Psychologist (EP) in 1998 and subsequently began employment as a Local Authority EP. She has continued to work in this capacity for a number of Local Authorities on either a full-time, part-time or locum basis.
Lisa has a wide range of experience working with Children, Young People and Adults and has worked with individuals, groups and organisations to promote Positive Well-Being in schools, nurseries and colleges.
She is able to carry out a wide range of assessments and use this information to work with others to inform strategies and interventions to support Children and Young People in schools.
Lisa is experienced in delivering training and can design bespoke sessions to meet specific needs. She has delivered sessions to Parents, School Staff and other Professionals and has been involved in National Conferences and Local Authority training programmes.
In addition to working with individuals, Lisa has worked with groups and organisations to support them through change and growth and to help them identify and work towards future goals. Lisa has supported organisations through highly stressful experiences and periods of significant change.
Lisa has delivered lectures and seminars at both the Leeds Beckett University and the University of Leeds in the area of Educational Psychology. In addition to this, Lisa has been involved in setting and grading the undergraduate Psychology degree examination in this module. She continues to work as an Associate Lecturer on the Psychology degree at Leeds Beckett University.
As a qualified primary school teacher, Lisa has worked with children in mainstream primary schools in particular those in areas with high levels of pupils with additional needs. Lisa also established and managed an independent children’s day nursery, providing training and support to staff to ensure high quality care and education were consistently delivered.
- MSc Educational Psychology
Institute of Education University of London (1998)
- Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Primary)
University of Leicester (1995)
- BSc (Hons) Psychology
Manchester Metropolitan University (1993)
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Restorative Practise
- Therapeutic Stories
- Critical Incidents
- Positive Psychology
- Portage Home Teaching
- Person Centred Planning
- Sandwell Well-Being Charter Mark
- Solihull Approach
- Psychometric Assessment
- SEND Reforms
- Health And Care Professions Council (HCPC)(PYL00213))
- British Psychological Society (BPS) – Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol)
- Association of Educational Psychologists (AEP)