Psychology for Education

Children, Young Adults

Psychology and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Children, Young Adults


Children, Young Adults


Children, Young Adults

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Children and Young Adults

Education & Relevant Experience

Master Practitioner Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

SDS Seminars


University of Westminster, UK

MSc Psychology

2016 - 2017

Birkbeck University of London

BSc Psychology for Education
Statistics and SPSS
Advanced Research Methods for Psychology

2014 - 2016

Teaching Experience

  • Training agency or new staff as a Mental Health Support Worker.
  • Class teacher in a specialist provision for children and young adults with social-emotional and mental health difficulties and or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Learning mentor in mainstream schools supporting EAL, SEN and lower ability students or those with low self-esteem or any other difficulties at home or in school.- Interventions and SEN teacher in mainstream schools supporting SEN, EAL and lower ability students.
  • Teaching assistant working in mainstream primary schools.
  • Learning Support Assistant in mainstream primary schools working with SEN children.
  • Private English lessons in Spain for children aged 4-12 and adults.

About Aimee A

I started off educating children and adults in English when I was studying art in Spain. I then moved back to London to study psychology for education, so I could improve my teaching. I started to work in primary schools, where I was able to apply what I was learning at university. I became a learning mentor, which helped me combine the therapeutic aspects of psychology with education and really support those children who needed it the most.

After completing a master's in psychology, I moved on to teach in a specialist provision for older children and young adults that were not able to access mainstream education due to their mental health difficulties in combination with the effects of these on their education so far. I also worked for three years as a mental health support worker, which gave me the chance to support adults and youths with mental health after leaving education. During this time, I completed the induction and training of many new members of staff on how to support adults with mental health.
I then moved on to work for a psychological company managing the treatment of both adults and children who struggle with anxiety, depression, and trauma. During this time, I have specialised in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and now see patients as a CBT therapist while I continue to research and learn more about psychology and mental health. My aim is to help as many people as I can to learn the strategies they need to live the lives they want. I believe that we can really make a difference and improve quality of life by raising awareness about mental health and giving people easy access to support and information so that we can all become our own therapists and learn to juggle life in the most confident way possible without the need to reach rock bottom.