Dr Meggan King

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Trinity College, Dublin)
MSc in Applied Psychology (University of Edinburgh)
1st Class BSc Honours Degree in Psychology (Dublin City University)

 

Over the past decade, Meggan has worked with people across the lifespan both therapeutically and diagnostically. She has also provided consultation and training to health and social care professionals on best practice assessment and intervention. Meggan works from a neurodivergent affirmative, trauma-informed and person-centred perspective. Her professional interests include developmental trauma, neurodiversity and interpersonal neurobiology.

Meggan provides integrative therapy as guided by the individual, research and best practice guidelines. Meggan has substantial experience working with children, adults and families in mental health services in the HSE, private sector and the NHS.

Her most recent research explored the functional outcomes of group CBT for autistic children and their parents, and the impact of camouflaging for autistic adults. Meggan has personal interests in somatic experiencing and Jungian psychoanalysis.

Meggan also carries out ASD assessments for adults (18+) both online and face-to-face.

Professional Memberships:

  • Chartered Member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI)