About

Emma is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist (C.Clin. Psychol., Ps.S.I.)  providing psychological screening, assessment and intervention to young people and their families. She graduated from the National University of Ireland with a BA in Psychology in 2010. She completed the MSc in Applied Psychology at Trinity College in 2012, and more recently she completed the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology also at Trinity College in 2018. Emma is a graduate member of the psychological society of Ireland.

Emma has experience working across a variety of settings, with diverse populations across the lifespan. Currently, she works on the Early Intervention and School Age teams within the HSE for children with disabilities such as intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, and complex needs. In private practice, Emma provides screening, assessment and intervention for a wide range of difficulties, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), intellectual disability, learning difficulties, and emotional and behavioural difficulties. Emma has over 10 years experience working children with ASD and their families.

Prior to her clinical training, Emma worked in the role of an Applied Behaviour Analysis Tutor with children with ASD, and in the role of an assistant psychologist in a wide range of services including primary care and forensic services. Emma also worked as an Assistant Psychologist and completed her doctoral research with SilverCloud Health - an Irish company which develops and designs internet-delivered therapeutic intervention.