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.

Research summary

FASD, ID and Neurodevelopmental Disorders and assessment

Conference details

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.