Training & Consultancy Services in Educational Psychology

Fraser Lauchlan

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Fraser Lauchlan

The Company

Fraser Lauchlan Associates was set up in July 2010 as a means of offering training and consultancy services mainly to local authorities in the field of educational psychology.

What We Offer

While our expertise lies mainly in the area of psychological assessment, and dynamic assessment in particular, we can offer training and consultancy work in any aspect of educational psychology.

Dr Lauchlan has published in many areas of educational psychology work in the UK, for example, in issues related to non-attendance, bilingualism, research methods, issues related to labelling, motivation, emotional health and kinship care. Please see ‘Publications‘ for more details.


Fraser Lauchlan has co-authored and contributed to several academic text books that are available on Amazon or via the publishers’ web-sites. He has also published over 30 journal articles on a range of topics related to educational psychology.

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Dynamic Assessment

Fraser Lauchlan is considered one of the leading experts in dynamic assessment both in the UK and internationally. He has more than 20 years experience of studying the approach, conducting research and providing training to local authority educational psychology services.

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In recent years Fraser Lauchlan has developed an expertise in bilingualism, after conducting several research studies that have explored the cognitive benefits of being bilingual. His research has received international exposure in a diversity of news web-sites, such as BBC News, Yahoo, Microsoft News, the European Commission, Morsmal (UNESCO) and the British Council.

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Enthusiastic and knowledgeable presenter. I appreciated the clear theoretical framework and hearing the research evidence. It has given me many ideas for projects and work in the Service. Thought provoking.

Training attendee

Strengths of workshop: information of new ideas, coming from a psychological/theoretical basis, with clear implications for practice. Good presentation – relaxed and informal, yet professional approach. Interactive approach good for follow through

Educational psychologist