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More about Cog-Ed 

Hi, My name is Debbie and I run Cog-Ed Psychology, a specialist teaching and training company for professionals, parents and children.   I have worked in the education and psychology sector for over 20 years and teach primary age to undergraduates and adults.   I am a Chartered Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a professional member of the Division of Researchers and Teachers in Psychology (DARTP).  I am also an associate lecturer in education, psychology and child psychology, a doctoral researcher, writer and a dyslexia specialist as well as an Associate Trainer for Mental Health UK.  

I am a professional member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA) and the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific learning difficulty (PATOSS) and also hold an Assessment Practising Certificate (APC) which enables me to carry out full diagnostic assessments.  I have gained post graduate qualifications in literacy, psychological methods and low intensity psychological (CBT) interventions and have worked within the National Health Service, (CAMHS), Mental Health Voluntary Organisations, Adult Education, all sectors of education:  Primary, Secondary and Higher Education as well as local council within Community Learning.   

Why Cog-Ed?

Cog-Ed stands for Cognitive Education.   Cognitive, relating to the process of knowing and acquiring knowledge through thinking, reasoning, perception and experiences.   I have spent most of career focusing on how people learn and develop and how best to support this.   I am passionate about social, emotional development and mental health, SEN, dyslexia, study skills, and child and developmental psychology. 

Cog-Ed Psychology offers support, courses, workshops and training in all aspects of education, psychology and mental health, SEN/SEMH, emotional wellbeing and learning needs for children, teenagers, adults, parents and professionals and as well as full diagnostic assessments.  As an experienced educator Cog-Ed draws on evidence based interventions which are structured and multisensory and a range of psychological interventions depending on the needs and requirements of the adult, parent, child and setting.   There are also a number of online interactive programmes to promote wellbeing and literacy which children and young people find particularly fun, and an engaging way to enhance their wellbeing and skills. 

Professional Affiliations include:


​Chartered Psychologist of the British Psychological Society (CPsychol)

Associate Fellow of The British Psychological Society (AFBPSs)

Professional Member of the Division of Researchers and Teachers in Psychology (DARTP).

Doctoral researcher and writer in the area of mental health, wellbeing and inclusion

Associate Lecturer in Education, Child Development, Child Psychology, Psychology and Youth Studies 

Professional Member of PATOSS (Professional Association of Teachers of students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) 

Member of the Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH)

Professional and Associate Member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA)

Current Assessment Practising Certificate (APC) 

ICAN Communication Licensee 

Fully insured for Professional Indemnity and Public Liability

Fully trained in Safeguarding 

Full enhanced DBS 

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Cog-Ed Psychology believes in maintaining a positive mind-set, working collaboratively, and striving for successful outcomes and looks forward to working with you soon.


Debbie Miller 

CPsychol, MRes, PGCE prof (SpLD), AMBDA, APC, AFBPsS

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