Dr Jemma Levy is a London-based Educational and Child Psychologist who completed her doctoral degree programme at University College London (UCL). She works with children and young people aged 0 to 25 years old, to comprehensively assess the individual’s strengths and needs to overcome any barriers to learning.
Jemma works with individuals who may have:
· Autism Spectrum Disorders
· Dyslexia, Dyscalculia or other Specific Learning Difficulties
· Learning Difficulties
· Memory Difficulties
· Speech, Language and Communication Needs
· Social and Emotional Needs
· Gifted Abilities.
Jemma has a special interest in autism and has completed research into the effectiveness of Lego Therapy for students with an autism spectrum disorder. She has worked in a range of London Local Authorities, providing support and a comprehensive understanding into the processes of gaining Education Health Care Plans.
Jemma is truly passionate about children and young people with Special Educational Needs and believes that every child has strengths that can be uncovered and used to support their learning. Jemma is dedicated to ensuring that every child has the right support to reach their full potential. By working with their family, school staff and wider support system, Jemma proactively ensures strategies and recommendations are put in place to overcome any barriers to learning.
Jemma is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and maintains a strong interest in the latest research and developments within Special Educational Needs.