Dr Louise Copp Associate Educational Psychologist
Louise has 9 years' experience as an Educational Psychologist, and for five years was resident in-house EP at a Bristol secondary school. This experience gives Louise a unique insight into the internal reality of SEN systems and provision in schools, which further informs her work with clients and our own APS practices. Louise is driven by a clear set of ethical values which, throughout her career, have facilitated positive change at an individual, school and Local Authority level. She has experience of: assessing individual needs; developing and delivering training packages; developing interventions in schools; re-structuring an SEN department; coordinating whole-school interventions for social communication and mental health needs; and has presented at two regional conferences on attachment and resilience.
Research and Publications
Copp, L. (2011), Emotional well-being in secondary schools. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Bristol.
Copp, L. (2009). An exploration of pupil's perceptions of a 'Supporting Early Reading' pilot. Research commission, DEdPsy training programme.
Copp, L. (2009). Using preference assessments to identify motivators for a child on the autism spectrum. Good Autism Practice, 10 (1).