Caoimhe is an early career psychologist from Ireland who has 7 years of experience working with
both children and adults across education and clinical psychology settings. Caoimhe completed her Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology at Dublin City University with her research focusing on executive functions amongst older adults. Following her undergraduate studies, she completed her Master of Science (Honours) in Psychological Science at University College Dublin with her master’s thesis exploring visual cognition and perception of human actions. She also completed a professional qualification in educational testing (Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing - CCET), and has an accredited Certificate in Psychometric Assessment from the British Psychological Society.
Caoimhe has worked across a variety of settings including mainstream education, homelessness and addiction, adult mental health, non-profit organizations, acute hospitals, and specialist neurorehabilitation services. She has a special interest in adult and pediatric neuropsychology and has worked with individuals with a range of complex neurological conditions including acquired and traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and epilepsy. In addition, Caoimhe is an advocate of neurodiversity and has a deep commitment to empowering individuals with various neurodevelopmental disorders, such as ADHD, ASD, and learning disabilities, to achieve their full potential.
Aside from her clinical experience working with a variety of populations, she also has a keen interest in psychological research. Studies she has previously been involved with have been presented at several international conferences including The European Conference on Visual Perception and The International Multiple Sclerosis Cognition Society (IMSCOGS) Annual Meeting. Caoimhe utilizes evidence-based approaches when engaging in psychological assessment, formulation, intervention, and report writing.
She is trained in the administration of internationally standardized psychological assessment tools and employs these skills in assessing the individual needs of each and every client. Caoimhe uses a person-centered approach in her work, ensuring that one’s values and goals guide clinical decisions when working with all populations. When she’s not working, Caoimhe enjoys staying active, immersing herself in nature, and indulging in a good coffee with friends.