Paula Prendeville

Paula Prendeville

Individual Partner: Paula Prendeville, Chartered Psychologist, Associate Fellow British Psychological Society;

PhD student, School of Education, University College Dublin 

Preferred contact : paula.prendeville@ucd.ie

Brief Description of Work : I work as an applied psychologist in a specialist child developmental clinic supporting the needs of children with disability and their families. I also teach on the professional doctorate programmes in both educational and clinical psychology in University College Dublin. I am interested in applied ethics in clinical and educational settings and recently co-authored a VLE Professional Ethics course for the British Psychological Society. I am in the process of completing my PhD on the ethical practices of educational psychologists.

Resident in: Ireland

 Working in: Ireland

 Area(s) of Interest in VBP:Education, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar),Publications/CUP series, Research/philosophy, Applied ethics,Research /VBP, applied ethical practice in Psychology],Services/person-centered,Services/interdisciplinary teamwork,Services/ [VBP in Child Disability Services], Shared decision making and informed consent/assent

Related Area(s) of Interest:Communication skills, Evidence-based practice,applied ethics, intersection of interprofessional team working in health and educational settings to support children with disability

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Child Health, Disability; Autism, Family systems practice, Quality of Life

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