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Research groups

Ciara Hennigan

Wellbeing Practitioner


I am a Wellbeing Practitioner working in the TOPIC research group on the iCATS-i2i project. The project aims to develop and evaluate a new way of identifying primary school children with anxiety problems who may benefit from support, and providing these children with effective support. My primary role is to support the parents who take part in the intervention.

I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology from University College Dublin in 2017. I then completed my masters degree in Clinical Neuroscience in 2019. Following that I studied my PGCert in Low Intensity CBT at Kings College London.