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Educational Psychology Service

Fife’s Educational Psychology Service (EPS) provide assessment, consultation and advice to schools and parents about children’s wellbeing, learning and behaviour. We specialise on the children identified as having Additional Support Needs under normal circumstances but recognise that the current arrangements to respond to the threat of Coronavirus has led to children and families experiencing challenges that may not normally arise. In response to this pressure, Fife EPS are going to provide direct consultation to the public during this period of school closure where we have educational psychologists available to respond to your questions or queries.

If you have questions in mind, please look through the materials saved at this website in the first instance where we have uploaded a range of documents and resources which may be helpful for you. If you do need any further help please get in touch.

Emotional wellbeing for children

Children may respond to stress in different ways such as being anxious, clingy, and/or angry.  Tips to help you respond in a supportive way.

Contact: Psychological Service
Tel: 01592 583349