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Author: Laura Chapman, Ellyn Berman-Jones and Lauren Bratton

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PsychBites is the podcast for education professionals that aims to bridge the gap between educational psychology research and day-to-day practice with children and young people.

Hosted by trainee educational psychologists Laura Chapman, Ellyn Berman-Jones and Lauren Bratton, each episode features a guest educational psychologist discussing their specialist area of research in a bite-size, digestible way that offers food for thought for all professionals working in education.

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This week we are joined by Professor Stephen Rollnick. In part two of our two part special, Steve talks to us about the origin and foundations of Motivational Interviewing (MI), and what MI could look like when applied to schools. Here are some helpful links to find out more about MI, and the work of Professor Stephen Rollnick: https://www.stephenrollnick.com/https://www.micardiff.co.uk/BMJ Training Link:https://rmifamily.wordpress.com/2015/11/19/bmj-learning-modules-motivational-interviewing...
This week we are joined by Professor Stephen Rollnick. In part one of our two part special, Steve talks to us about the origin and foundations of Motivational Interviewing (MI), and what MI could look like when applied to schools. Here are some helpful links to find out more about MI, and the work of Professor Stephen Rollnick: https://www.stephenrollnick.com/https://www.micardiff.co.uk/Book recommendations:Miller, W. R., & Rollnick, S. (2023). Motivational Interviewing, Fourth Edition: H...
This week we are joined by Dr Rachel Jones. Rachel talks to us about her research that explored the educational experiences of children with a chronic illness. Rachel also explored the experiences of parents whose children have a chronic illness. We discuss how this support might look when navigating the education system. To access to Rachel's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/151822/Instagram: psychbitespodX / Twitter: @psychbitespodLinkedIn: psychbites-podcast
This week we are joined by Dr Hannah Warnock; Hannah talks to us about some of the current practices in mainstream schools for supporting children and young people with Tourette’s Syndrome (TS). Hannah also discusses the experiences of parents whose children have TS, and what support in school looked like for them.To access to Hannah's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/151684/Hannah’s Tourette’s Action blog post: https://www.tourettes-action.org.uk/news-638-an-exploratio...
This week we are joined by Dr Molly Griffiths. Molly discusses her research which explored educational psychologists and trainee educational psychologists’ perceptions of Welsh-medium additional learning provision. Molly talks about the perceived benefits and challenges of Welsh-medium additional learning provision are and the barriers to and facilitators to this. To access to Molly's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/161981/Molly also wrote a blog on supporting Welsh me...
This week we are joined by Dr Vanessa Brown. Vanessa discusses her research which explored the current preventative and responsive practices undertaken by professionals working with young people who are at risk of becoming not in education, employment, or training (NEET). To access to Vanessa's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/143304/You can find us at: Instagram: psychbitespodX / Twitter: @psychbitespod
This week we are joined by Dr Tamasine Preece. Tamasine talks to us about her research that explored online activities carried out by adolescents and how these can be understood through a lens of digital self-harm. Tamasine discusses hot technology, identity development and talking to children and young people about their social media use. To find out more, follow: https://seewhatworks.co.uk/publications/Please be aware that today’s episode features some discussion of suicide and self-harm th...
A little different this week! To round off our first season, in this episode we answer your questions and have a chat about our personal experiences of getting interested in educational psychology and applying to the doctoral programme. We discuss the highs and lows, and everything in between!You can find us at: Instagram: psychbitespodX / Twitter: @psychbitespod
This week we are joined by Dr Kelly Russell, Kelly talks to us about her discussions with primary school teachers related to sex, gender and sexuality. Kelly discusses the influence that heteronormativity may have in schools by influencing gender and sexuality norms and how educational psychologists might support teachers in dismantling this influence to ensure our schools are more inclusive for all.To access to Kelly's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/162711/You can fi...
This week we are joined by Dr Lauran Eckloff, who talks to us about her research exploring pupil perceptions of wellbeing in the context of a wellbeing framework (namely PERMA). Lauran’s research aimed to understand what is important to young people and what reflections could be made in the context of the pandemic. To access to Lauran's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/144051/1/Lauran%20Eckloff.pdfYou can find us at: Instagram: psychbitespodX / Twitter: @psychbitespod
This week we are joined by Dr Chloe Weaver. Chloe talks to us about her research on the use of reduced timetables as exclusionary practice for young people in Wales. Chloe explored how, when, and why reduced timetables are being used across Wales for young people who present with behaviours that can feel difficult to support.To access to Chloe's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/162372/To access the Welsh Government guidance ‘belonging, engaging and participating’ in whi...
This week we are joined by Dr Owen Barry, Owen talks to us about his research about using virtual environments as a tool to help autistic adolescents transfer social skills they learnt in a classroom to a real life situation. To access to Owen's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/79398/For further information, take a look at the book: Educational Psychology Perspectives on Supporting Young Autistic People: Insights from Experience, Practice and ResearchYou can find us at:...
This week we are joined by Dr Becky Lewis, Becky talks to us about her research on obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Becky shares an insight into what support secondary school staff would like from educational psychologists to support young people with differences associated with OCD.To access to Becky's full text, follow: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/143014/Further information can be found at: https://ocdaction.org.uk/ https://www.ocduk.org/You can find us at: Instagram: psy...
This week we are joined by Dr Samantha Thomas, Sam talks to us about her experience with a reading dog, and how our furry friends could help us support emotional health and wellbeing in educational settings.To access Sam's full text: https://orca.cardiff.ac.uk/id/eprint/105042/You can find us at: Instagram: psychbitespodX / Twitter: @psychbitespod
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PsychBites is the podcast for education professionals that aims to bridge the gap between educational psychology research and day-to-day practice with children and young people. Hosted by trainee educational psychologists Laura Chapman, Ellyn Berman-Jones and Lauren Bratton, each episode features a guest educational psychologist discussing their specialist area of research in a bite-size, digestible way that offers food for thought for all professionals working in education.You can find ...
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