Philip Dodd ((opens in a new window)email@example.com) Consultant Psychiatrist/Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Psychology Intellectual disability; psychiatry of intellectual disability; bereavement; ageing; palliative care; disability studies
Nancy Stenson ((opens in a new window)firstname.lastname@example.org) is Professor Emerita in Linguistic at the University of Minnesota and is currently a Marie Curie Sklodowska International Incoming Fellow in the School of Psychology, conducting research on literacy in Irish
Tom O'Brien Mental health recovery, recovery oriented practice & services; psychosocial rehabilitation; the Recovery Context Inventory and scale development
Fionnuala Larkin, Clinical Psychologist and Associate Lecturer in Psychology at University of York. Interests in developmental disorders, including autism, ADHD, and intellectual disability.
Paul O'Donoghue: Adjunct Lecturer / Assistant Professor, School of Psychology. Chartered Clinical and Organisational Psychologist (PSI). Specialist interests: Physical Disability and Behavioural Psychology.
Grania Clarke ((opens in a new window)email@example.com) Director of Psychology & Systemic Psychotherapist. Intellectual disability and psychological wellbeing; family systemic psychotherapy; working across culture; staff groups; reflective practice
Mitchel Fleming ((opens in a new window)firstname.lastname@example.org) Consultant Clinical and Educational Psychologist with Gheel Autism Services/Adjunct Assistant Professor in Psychology; autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disability; assessment and diagnosis; ASD intervention
Conor O'Malley ((opens in a new window)email@example.com) Senior Clinical Psychologist in HSE; Adult mental health, substance abuse and mental illness, forensic clinical psychology, application of Power Threat Meaning Framework to hospital based and community mental health teams, diagnosing dementia.
Dr John Francis Leader, also known as JFL, is a consulting psychologist and cognitive scientist who specialises in personal leadership, experiential learning and mixed reality therapy; assisting people in successfully navigating the physical, the virtual and the imaginary. John spends his time between training, consultancy and therapeutic work in private practice, and academic research—which he conducts from the Cognitive Science Programme and the Media & Entertainment Lab at the School of Psychology at University College Dublin where he is an Adjunct Research Fellow. By combining multimedia techniques with current psychological research, JFL’s work aims to make therapy more fun, immersive and effective—a type of theme park meets therapy experience. Website/social media links |(opens in a new window)twitter| (opens in a new window)facebook |(opens in a new window) instagram | (opens in a new window)linkedin | (opens in a new window)soundcloud | (opens in a new window)youtube
Eilin De Paor
Dr Eddie Murphy
Dr Jenneken Naaldenberg
UCD School of Psychology
Newman Building, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.