Dr Kerryn Bagley (BSW Hons, PhD) is a clinical social worker and specialist in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). She provides diagnosis, intervention and support services for FASD and other neurobehavioral conditions such as ADHD. Dr Bagley draws on her international training, research and past experience in a range of health, allied health and social service settings to best support children and young people with high and complex needs. She also provides education, training and consultation services to professionals and organisations. Dr Bagley is the co-founder of the Better Life FASD Diagnostic and Intervention Clinic in Brisbane, and is the co-chair of the Australian FASD Clinical Network.  

 Contact Dr Bagley for more information about:

  • FASD education and training
  • Professional FASD consultancy
  • Family support services and counselling
  • FASD intervention services
  • FASD diagnostic assessment
  • Professional supervision


What is FASD?

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is an umbrella term used to describe a range of effects caused by exposure to alcohol during pregnancy, which can impact on a child's learning and development. FASD is considered to be a life-long condition. Dr Bagley draws on international training and clinical experience in FASD to support families and individuals with evidence-informed intervention strategies that are tailored to individual needs.

FASD Documentaries 2015

Dr Bagley, FASD experts and families affected by FASD talk about FASD and the risks for babies if they are exposed to alcohol during pregnancy:

4Corners ABC: http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/stories/2015/11/02/4341366.htm

ALJAZEERA: http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/101east/2015/12/hidden-harm-151203073713500.html