Miranda Eodanable (PhD student)
Thesis title: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: An Exploration of Professionals’ and Young People’s Views on Diagnosis
I work as an educational psychologist for a local authority and have engaged in local and national strategic development in the areas of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder(FASD). I am also involved in collaborative work with NHS colleagues in the areas of FASD and Intellectual Disabilities. I have delivered seminars to the Scottish Educational Psychology training courses on various topics: Significant Occurrences, Pupil Mobility, FASD, Trauma and EMDR. My PhD research in FASD will collaborate across different stakeholders to consider the impact of a FASD diagnosis.
Chartered Psychologist and EMDR therapist.
MA Hons, PGCE (Primary Education), MSc Education, MSc Educational Psychology
Responsibilities & affiliations
Member of HCPC, BPS and SDEP.
FASD, ID and Neurodevelopmental Disorders and assessment
Invited to present for Dolores Luiz Prize at ARICD FASD conference in 2019.
Co-chaired national FASD conference to EP profession in 2018 Iin collaboration with Scottish Government.