PSI (UK) – psychology, sustainability and innovation – is a well established educational and psychological consultancy.
Our aim is to improve the life outcomes of children and young people with additional needs and their families by safeguarding their education and emotional well-being.
We aim to achieve this by working together with the wide range of people involved to improve the early identification of issues, planning of co-ordinated support to address them and ensuring effective evaluation of the impact of the support provided.
Our core team have experience of work in education, health, mental health, social care, the voluntary and private sectors and with local and National government.
We aim to provide a responsive, high quality and flexible service that meets our clients’ requirements by developing effective collaborative relationships.
We believe that innovative thinking and change can be inspired by drawing on different perspectives so we work in association with other professionals including performance artists, educational consultants, researchers, architects and project managers.
Liz Malcolm is the founder and director of PSI(UK). She is an applied educational and child psychologist with expertise in organisational change and learning environments. Liz has extensive experience in consultancy, service development and management in local government. She has additional expertise in the areas of autism, child sexual abuse and the impact of violence in the home on children’s well being and learning.
She is an honorary lecturer at University College London.