Ph.D Candidate, MA, Post Grad Cert, BA
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Autism, Sleep, Behaviour, Emotion, Psychosis
Rabya is a PhD candidate currently researching the role of sleep and mental health in adolescents with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
She has seven years of experience in public service management consultancy, including restructuring UK schools into academies, rethinking NHS mental health services, and designing an alternative social care system that uses the principles of industrial design, with the user at the centre.
She completed her undergraduate degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Warwick in 2007, Post-Graduate Certificate in Educational Enquiry from the University of Cambridge (Homerton College) in 2014, and MA in Special and Inclusive Education from the UCL Institute of Education in 2015.
Research interests include: Public health, psychodynamic approaches to psychoses, early intervention, FASD, social policy, sleep intervention.