Psychologist coup

10th August 2007 at 01:00
Neath Port Talbot council has managed to appoint an additional educational psychologist, despite a national shortage. Many councils have vacancies and are finding it difficult to recruit, claims the council in a press release. However, it says its department attracted a flurry of applications because of the reputation of its educational psychologist service.

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