Dr Faye Morgan-Rose
BA, PGCE, Dip Psych, MA, Ed and Child Psy. D
Dr Faye is one of a 1,000 UK-trained, Doctorate-level Educational and Child Psychologists from the UK. She is registered with the UK’s Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).
Dr Faye has worked in several of the UK’s leading Educational Psychology Services, including Birmingham, Sandwell, Wolverhampton and Walsall. She has published work in the fields of autism and pupil-voice techniques.
Her technique of using LEGO to support pupil-voice is now used by Educational Psychologists across the UK and is recognised by LEGO Education UK within their Build to Express training workshops.
Her Doctoral research won an award from the University of Birmingham for bringing “pioneering work” to the field of Learning Support. She is also the SE Asia representative for Emotion Coaching UK. Click here for the Emotion Coaching UK website
Dr Faye is the only Doctorate-qualified Educational and Child Psychologist carrying out assessments for children, young people and adults across Bangkok, Thailand and SE Asia. Dr Faye can identify autism, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, well-being needs and difficulties with learning.
Dr Faye’s membership (number: PYL32695) of the UK’s Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) can be checked at: HCPC website
Dr Faye’s published work includes:
The HANDS Project: Touching the Future Technology for Autism? IOS Press, 2012. Chapter co-author. (Editors: J.Mintz, M.Gyori, and M.Aagaard).
Handout available here: Building The Ideal Classroom with Lego Prompt Sheet June 2014 updated 2015
The Ideal Classroom: Perspectives of Young People Attending a Nurture Group, Doctoral Thesis, 2015. Available here
Awards and Invitations to Present
Winner of the University of Birmingham’s Disability, Inclusion & Special Needs Thesis Competition 2015. “Nurture Groups: Building the Ideal Classroom with PCP and Lego”.
Invited to present at York Children’s Services in 2015 (UK).
Presented at Walsall and Sandwell Local Authorities and The Personal Construct Psychology Centre in 2015 (all UK).
Dr Faye was interviewed by a local organisation called Bangkok Kids in December 2015. For the full interview click here.
History of “The Ideal Classroom”
Where did the name come from? Click here: History