As a French psychologist in London, our work has a great impact on families. This is why it seems essential to always be at the maximum of our potential, to continue to train and to work in teams as a guarantor of quality.
I was a psychologist at the French Lycée in London for 5 years and I also worked as an AVS in English schools during my early years in London. Today I work in close collaboration with the psychologists and SENCO of the French and English schools of London, I also do trainings for the nursery staff.
Very quickly in my training and my career, I specialized in school which is now one of my places of expertise. I consider that the role of an educational psychologist is essential for communication between a family and the school. This ensures that the wellbeing of the child remains the central concern.
I graduated from the School of Practicing Psychologists and I have since my diploma enriched my knowledge by other complementary training in order to always stay at the best level of my knowledge.
As a psychologist working in London, I think we have a big impact on family lives. That is why always trying our best, improving our skills, sharing with a team seems essential to me.
I created CogitoZ London with the goal of forming a team that allows you to work as best you can under the benevolent eyes of your colleagues. All psychologists at CogitoZ London have a recognized degree, are part of the BPS, have a DBS check and are continuously in continuing education.
● Psychological assessments: psychometric assessment to test learning difficulties or precocity and make a diagnosis,
● Guidance Therapy and counseling,
● Relaxation Group,
CogitoZ is a French company headed by Jeanne Siaud Facchin, author of several books on the precocity and the learning difficulties. We joined this great family for its values: teamwork, psychology in the present and close to the real needs of families.
Our goal is to offer families a place where they can really come to pack their bags: we strive to answer their requests, to guide them in this often complicated process towards the solutions adapted to their child.