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ed psych Brighton/Lewes

(8 Posts)
yuckythingsonthefloor Mon 12-Sep-16 16:54:04

Does anyone have a recommendation for an ed psych in this area? For my AS/ADD/G&T son (12)

Many thanks for any advice.

yuckythingsonthefloor Mon 26-Sep-16 10:32:22


LadyConstanceDeCoverlet Mon 26-Sep-16 15:42:47

You could try John McKeown -

yuckythingsonthefloor Fri 14-Oct-16 07:58:44

thanks lady constance. all roads seem to lead back to there. I was given two personal recommendations to ed psychs at John McKeown but neither of them is available. I feel a bit uncomfortable about having a stab in the dark. do you have any experience of anyone there yourself?

yuckythingsonthefloor Fri 14-Oct-16 08:09:38

Just realised you mean the man himself rather than the organisation blush

LIZS Fri 14-Oct-16 08:11:04

Have a look at the PATOSS website. Although it is dyslexia focussed many of those listed have wider specialisms. When we were looking several were Sussex based. You should expect a wait though, popular ones tend to get booked up well in advance.

ArtichokeHeartsAppleCarts Sun 16-Oct-16 01:10:56

May be too far

My friend had her DD assessed by her and said she was excellent

ZuleikaDobson Mon 17-Oct-16 00:13:11

You don't necessarily have to go for someone local - most independent EPs are well used to travelling. You could try Valerie Hero, Lisa Blakemore-Brown, Bernadette Page or Josephine Durling.

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