Tim is a qualified and highly experienced educational and child psychologist. He has been working professionally with children and young people (aged between 0-25 years) and their families in education and social care settings for over 20 years.
Initially Tim worked as a primary school teacher and went on to become a senior educational psychologist working within a local authority. He has served a term of office as a parent governor and within this role had responsibility for special educational needs. Tim’s experience gives him an excellent understanding of the role of governors in monitoring and overseeing their school’s approach to special educational needs and disability.
Tim has delivered regional and national seminars and workshops and is an active contributor to further education courses at Edgehill University. He also ensures that his own professional development is on-going which is evidenced in his involvement as a facilitator within conflict transformation training (Integrative Complexity – IC). IC has been developed and licensed through the University of Cambridge.