Siobhan Campion

Psychology Student and Assistant Psychologist

Siobhan is a passionate psychology student and assistant psychologist whose personal experience with Dyscalculia and Autism informs her professional work. She earned a Bachelor of Arts honours degree in Psychology from the National College of Ireland. Where her undergraduate thesis examined how the cumulative impact of various life stressors, such as neglect and poverty, impact problem solving abilities.

Siobhan also holds Diplomas in Criminal Psychology and in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. She built on this with further training in adapting CBT for children with learning difficulties. Currently, she is enrolled in a Master of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology at Queens University.

Her commitment to supporting and raising awareness for neurodiverse individuals and those from minority demographics is evident throughout her extensive voluntary work. Currently, Siobhan is involved with the 50808 suicide helpline and the social enterprise “Working to Change”. Which focuses on enhancing employment for individuals’ post-incarceration, ultimately aiming to reduce recidivism rates and influence criminal justice policies. Throughout her undergraduate years, Siobhan dedicated her time to ABE, organising and instructing two college courses for adult refugees over a four-year period. This experience honed skills in lecturing, examination, and in supporting vulnerable individuals. Prior to this, Siobhan provided educational support for children in the Ossory Community Centre where she first discovered her enthusiasm for teaching and the value of her personal experience when providing support to children with diverse learning needs.

Siobhan’s creativity and enthusiasm for learning extends beyond her work and studies. In her free time, she engages in sculpting, sketching, costume making, and debating analytic philosophy. Additionally, she is involved in medieval re-enactment events, dedicated to preserving historical skills for future generations.


  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Diploma – Distinction
    City Colleges – PSI Accredited
    Dublin, IRE. 2022 — 2022
  • Psychology, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – 2.1
    National College of Ireland – PSI Accredited
    Dublin, IRE. 2019 — 2021
  • Criminal Psychology and , Diploma – Distinction
    City Colleges – PSI Accredited
    Dublin, IRE. 2018 — 2019
  • Children First: National Guidance for the
    Protection and Welfare of Children.
  • Tailoring Trauma Focused CBT for Children
    with Intellectual Developmental
    Disabilities. NCTSN.
  • Understanding Autism, Asperger’s, and
    ADHD. University of Derby.
  • Psychological First Aid RAPID. John Hopkins
  • Systematic Approaches to Public Policy
    Writing and Design. Harvard Kennedy School.
  • Addiction Treatment: Clinical Skills for
    Healthcare Providers. Yale University.

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