Dr. Eve Pender

P.S.I. M7426 P.H.D Clinical Psychology M.S.C Applied Psychology B.A Psychology

 

Eve is a Clinical Psychologist. She began her training in Psychology in Dublin Business School. From there, Eve went on to complete her MSC in Applied Psychology in Mental Health at the University Of Ulster. Eve then went on to complete her Doctorate In Clinical Psychology with the University of Limerick.

Following her Doctorate, Eve worked in the HSE providing psychological assessment and intervention to children and families. She is currently providing a psychological service to adults with Intellectual disabilities.

In private practice, Eve is available to work with children and adolescents aged 2-18. Eve is experienced in providing diagnostic assessments where there is a concern around mental health, emotional/behavioural difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and learning difficulties.

She is also highly competent in providing evidence based psychological intervention for children and adolescents experiencing a wide range of difficulties including emotional and behavioural difficulties, trauma, anxiety and low mood. Eve is experienced working with children and adolescents offering evidence based psychological assessment and intervention.

Eve’s Qualifications and Training

Eve is a Clinical Psychologist, M.S.C Applied Psychology B.A Psychology

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