Dr Aimee Swithenbank
Educational Psychologist, Lead Practitioner at Swithenbank Psychology
Aimee has worked across the local authority and private sector for over ten years, supporting children and young people with diverse needs including autism, ADHD, learning difficulties, mental health needs and challenging behaviour.
Aimee began her career as a shadowing school psychologist in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts. She read Psychology at Bath University in 2005, taking modules on the Risk and Prevention program at Harvard Graduate School of Education (Boston, MA) in 2009, before obtaining her professional doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology in 2015, University College London.
As well as managing Swithenbank Psychology, Aimee works alongside a small team of practitioner psychologists in a london-based educational psychology practice.
Lead Practitioner at Swithenbank Psychology
Educational Psychologist registered with the HCPC
Enhanced DBS Check
Professional indemnity insured
Licensed ELKLAN Tutor (trained to deliver high quality courses for supporting children with speech and language needs)
Registered Emotional Literacy Support Assistant trainer - an EP led initiative aimed at building schools' capacity to meet pupils' emotional needs