Dr Claire Mc Moreland is a Clinical Neuropsychologist with approximately ten years of experience in clinical practice. Originally achieving a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in the National University of Ireland, Galway, she progressed to achieving a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Neuropsychology in the University of Glasgow, Scotland. She has a broad range of experience working with children and adults in various settings including community mental health, psychiatric and hospital settings. She has special expertise working in the area of Acquired Brain Injury and Stroke in adults and their families in both acute and community neurorehabilitation settings. More recently she has worked in the area of Psychiatry of Later Life, offering psychological support to adults over the age of 65 years.
Claire has supported people experiencing anxiety including specific anxiety disorders such as OCD and Panic Disorder, low mood and depression, grief and bereavement, neurological difficulties, carer burnout, and adjusting to life after major life events such as an acquired brain injury.
Qualifications & Memberships
MSc in Abnormal and Clinical Psychology
DClinPsych in Clinical Psychology
PgDip in Applied Neuropsychology
Additional training in Compassion Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Chartered Clinical Psychologist with the Psychological Society of Ireland
Full member of the Division of Neuropsychology
Claire is a guest lecturer on the Doctorate of Clinical Psychology in the National University of Ireland, Galway.