Dr Terri Passenger

BEd (Hons), MEd, PhD (Bristol), CPsychol, AFBPsS, HPC Registered

Honorary Research Fellow


Dr Passenger is a Chartered Educational Psychologist and Senior Partner in a Practice of Educational Psychologists based in London, Oxford and Cheltenham.  She specialises in the assessment of children and young adults who experience learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit disorder.  She has a particular interest in developmental language and autistic spectrum disorders.

Dr Passenger holds an Honorary Research Fellowship at the University where she supervises doctoral students and lectures on a range of courses in the Department of Natural and Social Sciences.

Dr Passenger co-authored the set text for the Educational Psychology module:

Long, M., Wood, C., Littleton, K., Passenger, T., & Sheehy, K. (2010).  The Psychology of Education.Oxford: Routledge


Dr Passenger is currently working with Professor Colin Terrell on a research project teaching reading skills to dyslexic individuals using the internet (i.e. using iPads and Face Time). A video explaining how the project works can be viewed here.