Garry Squires
Garry Squires
Professor in Educational Psychology, Special Educational Needs and Inclusion
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A Review of the Functions and Contribution of Educational Psychologists in England and Wales in light of “Every Child Matters: Change for Children'
P Farrell, K Woods, S Lewis, S Rooney, G Squires, M O’Connor
Department for Education and Skills, 2006
Achievement for All: Improving psychosocial outcomes for students with special educational needs and disabilities
N Humphrey, A Lendrum, A Barlow, M Wigelsworth, G Squires
Research in developmental disabilities 34 (4), 1210-1225, 2013
A cluster randomized controlled trial of the Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS) curriculum
N Humphrey, A Barlow, M Wigelsworth, A Lendrum, K Pert, C Joyce, ...
Journal of school psychology 58, 73-89, 2016
Achievement for All National Evaluation: Final Report RR176
N Humphrey, G Squires, A Barlow, W Bulman, J Hebron, A Kalambouka, ...
Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2011
Using cognitive behavioural psychology with groups of pupils to improve self-control of behaviour
G Squires
Educational Psychology in Practice 17 (4), 317-335, 2001
Cognitive behaviour therapies and their implications for applied educational psychology practice
S Rait, JJ Monsen, G Squires
Educational Psychology in Practice 26 (2), 105-122, 2010
Facilitators and barriers to the provision of therapeutic interventions by school psychologists
C Atkinson, G Squires, J Bragg, J Muscutt, D Wasilewski
School Psychology International 35 (4), 384-397, 2014
Educational psychologists’ contribution to the Every Child Matters agenda: The parents’ view
G Squires, P Farrell, K Woods, S Lewis, S Rooney, M O’Connor
Educational Psychology in Practice 23 (4), 343-361, 2007
The role of school and individual differences in the academic attainment of learners with special educational needs and disabilities: A multi-level analysis
N Humphrey, M Wigelsworth, A Barlow, G Squires
International Journal of Inclusive Education 17 (9), 909-931, 2013
Historical and socio-political agendas around defining and including children with special educational needs
G Squires
Contemporary issues in special educational needs: Considering the whole …, 2012
Educational psychologists and therapeutic interventions–preliminary findings from a UK-wide survey
C Atkinson, J Bragg, G Squires, J Muscutt, D Wasilewski
Group 228, 54.9, 2011
Countering the argument that educational psychologists need specific training to use cognitive behavioural therapy
G Squires
Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties 15 (4), 279-294, 2010
Embedding Cognitive Behavioural Therapy training in practice: facilitators and barriers for trainee educational psychologists (TEPs)
G Squires, S Dunsmuir
Educational Psychology in Practice 27 (2), 117-132, 2011
Using group cognitive behavioural therapy intervention in school settings with pupils who have externalizing behavioural difficulties: an unexpected result
G Squires, K Caddick
Emotional and behavioural difficulties 17 (1), 25-45, 2012
Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS): Evaluation Report and Executive Summary.
N Humphrey, A Barlow, M Wigelsworth, A Lendrum, K Pert, C Joyce, ...
Education Endowment Foundation, 2015
Educational psychology in England and Wales
G Squires, P Farrell
The handbook of international school psychology, 81-90, 2007
Contemporary Issues In Special Educational Needs: Considering The Whole Child: Considering the Whole Child
D Armstrong, G Squires
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2012
Good Behaviour Game: Evaluation Report and Executive Summary.
N Humphrey, A Hennessey, E Ashworth, K Frearson, L Black, K Petersen, ...
Education Endowment Foundation, 2018
Effective delivery of therapeutic interventions: findings from four site visits
C Atkinson, G Squires, J Bragg, D Wasilewski, J Muscutt
Educational Psychology in Practice 29 (1), 54-68, 2013
Key perspectives on dyslexia: An essential text for educators
D Armstrong, G Squires
Routledge, 2014
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