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Dr Felicity Sedgewick

Dr Felicity Sedgewick

Dr Felicity Sedgewick
BA, MA, PhD

Lecturer in Psychology of Education

Area of research

Lecturer in Psychology of Education

Office Room 3.05
35 Berkeley Square,
Clifton, Bristol
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+44 (0) 117 331 4268

Summary

Autism

Gender

Relationships

Mental Health

Not-heteronormative Identities

Special and Inclusive Education

Biography

Dr Felicity Sedgewick is a developmental and social psychologist, with particular interests in autism, gender, relationships, and mental health. She was awarded her PhD from UCL Institute of Education in 2017, examining the relationships of autistic women and girls, and then went on to a post-doc at King's IoPPN looking at the impact of autism in anorexia.

She is committed to participatory research, co-producing work with community members, alongside valuing public engagement and outreach work to ensure that research has impact beyond academia.

Keywords

  • Autism
  • Gender
  • Relationships
  • Sexuality
  • Mental Health

Skills

  • ASC Girls Forum
  • NAHT

Memberships

Organisations

School of Education

Recent publications

View complete publications list in the University of Bristol publications system

Networks & contacts

  • PEACE Project: King's IoPPN - Designing a tailored treatment pathway for women with co-occurring autism and anorexia Playing A
  • Part: University of Kent - Exploring the lived experiences of autistic girls through drama and novel methodologies

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