Dr Clodagh Cremen is a Clinical Psychologist. She completed her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology in the University of Limerick in 2021. Clodagh’s doctoral research explored gender identity development within a sample of autistic adults.

Prior to this, she completed an MSc in Applied Psychology within Trinity College Dublin in 2016. She also completed a BSc (Hons) in Psychology within Maynooth University in 2015.

Clodagh has maintained an excellent academic performance throughout her training. She was awarded with a Distinction from Trinity College Dublin. In addition, she was also awarded for attaining the highest academic marks in her graduating class from Maynooth University.

Clodagh has a special interest in the areas of Neuropsychology, Neurodevelopment, trauma, adjustment, resilience, and gender. She has worked in several disability services and completed elective specialist placements in Neuropsychology services within Beaumont Hospital and Community Settings.

Currently, Clodagh is working in the area of neurorehabilitation with individuals who have Acquired Brain Injuries and their family members. She is currently working to specialise in neuropsychology through completing a PgDip in Applied Neuropsychology with the University of Glasgow, expected to be completed in 2024.

Clodagh is a Chartered Member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). She is a committee member of the Division of Clinical Psychology. Clodagh has been involved in supporting several events with the PSI, including training on Autism & Gender. She has also provided teaching and training to several university programs and government organisations.

Clodagh is passionate about social inclusion. She works in a person centered way, utilizing a variety of evidenced-based psychological approaches.