Since graduating with a degree in psychology in 2017, Charlotte has worked in schools with students from primary to university age. She now works as an assistant educational psychologist, where she supports children and young people with special educational needs; helping them to overcome barriers in their education and reach their full potential. She also runs group interventions with children who struggle with a range of issues relating to emotional regulations, such as anxiety, challenging behaviour and ASD related needs.
Charlotte is extremely approachable and patient when supporting learners, allowing her student to make progress at a pace that is suitable to them and in line with their unique targets, as they work towards their potential. She always aims to make her teaching approach as interactive as possible, so that her students can enjoy challenging themselves and develop a love of learning.
Charlotte enjoys keeping fit and, particularly, loves running and yoga. She is passionate about animals and her home often doubles up as an animal hospital for injured wildlife. She has a passion for psychology and spends a lot of time reading around the subject. She most recently qualified as a Mental Health First Aid trainer.