Rebecca Reynolds

M.A., B.A., EFPA

Assistant Psychologist

 

Rebecca graduated with an Honours degree in Psychology & English in 2017 from the National University of Ireland, Galway. During her studies in NUIG, she completed her Erasmus year studying Psychology in Sweden in 2016. Since her teenage years and through her undergraduate degree, Rebecca has done work with organisations and charities such as ALONE, Galway Autism Partnership (GAP) and the Age Action Campaign. She has completed placements as a teaching assistant both in primary schools in Ireland and Sweden, and was also as part of the NUIG Homework Club which was a travelling society providing tutoring and assistance to students across Galway city.

In 2019, Rebecca then went on to complete her MA in Psychology from the University of Limerick. During her time at UL, she helped to set up and facilitate the UL Peer Listeners; a support system for students as a branch of The Samaritans and in conjunction with UL counselling services.

Upon graduating from UL, she received an award from the UL president for her contributions to voluntary organisations throughout the academic year and from the Department of Psychology for outstanding performance in her master’s thesis. Her thesis is currently in the process of being published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. Rebecca works at the EPT Clinic Monday to Wednesday & Fridays, while working on Thursdays in Mercy University Hospital, Co. Cork with their Psycho-Oncology team.

  • Qualified BPS and EFPA Certified Ability Assessor
  • Completed the TUSLA Children’s First course for safeguarding children.
  • MA Honours Degree in Psychology from the University of Limerick
  • BA International Honours Degree in Psychology & English from the National University of Ireland, Galway

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