Hi, I'm seeking some advices as I feel really stuck...will try and make it short! I have a Master in Clinical Psychology & Psychopathology (obtained in France in 2006 - slightly different than here in the UK). After graduating, I moved to London and have been working in recruitment, HR and Learning & Development since then (it was complicated and time consuming at the time to try and do a conversion to be a psychologist and also back then, I had no idea whether I wanted to become a psychologist or not...). Now I'm unhappy in my job, feel like I haven't achieved what I should have. I've always wanted to work with children, and always been interested in Special Needs, Autism etc. (hence my studies I assume!), so I had in mind a "perfect job" but didn't quite know what it would correspond in real life until today when I found out about SEN teachers and coordinators. Now I have several obstacles...and questions! 1. Apparently you need a "normal" teaching qualification, but I'm not sure I can face teaching mainstream... 2. Is there a lot of jobs for SEN teachers? 3. Although I have a Master in Psychology and experience through internships in Special Needs and various mental illnesses, it was a while ago (graduated over 4 years ago)...how much could this be an advantage or disadvantage? 4. How much does it cost to train as a teacher in London, I believe you can get paid while training but is it enough to live in London? Or do you have to take on extra job? 5. As I'm not from the UK (I'm French national), would I have to start all over again abroad? Or is the teaching qualification recognised? A lot of questions I know...but I really could do with some guidance...been lost and confused for so long, can't keep like that and starting to hate my current job Thanks a lot!