Mia Eisenstadt

Mia is in the final stage of her PhD at the Evidence Based Practice Unit, a partnership between UCL and the Anna Freud Centre. Mia’s research has focused on the study of adolescent reported protective factors with the aim of increasing mental well-being and reducing the risk of psychopathology in early adolescence. For the past 7 years, Mia has supported young people’s participation in the HeadStart, a national programme aiming to increase adolescent well-being. Previously, Mia founded a social enterprise called Reos Partners. Mia holds an MA in medical anthropology. For this degree she conducted ethnographic fieldwork in a South African Township on the topic of young people’s responses to HIV and AIDS. Recently, Mia has been working with UNICEF on the Child Friendly Cities initiative, Leading Minds and children’s participation in decision-making and policymaking at the EU level.
Mia Eisenstadt
Mia is in the final stage of her PhD at the Evidence Based Practice Unit, a partnership between UCL and the Anna Freud Centre. Mia’s research has focused on the study of adolescent reported protective factors with the aim of increasing mental well-being and reducing the risk of psychopathology in early adolescence. For the past 7 years, Mia has supported young people’s participation in the HeadStart, a national programme aiming to increase adolescent well-being. Previously, Mia founded a social enterprise called Reos Partners. Mia holds an MA in medical anthropology. For this degree she conducted ethnographic fieldwork in a South African Township on the topic of young people’s responses to HIV and AIDS. Recently, Mia has been working with UNICEF on the Child Friendly Cities initiative, Leading Minds and children’s participation in decision-making and policymaking at the EU level.