Clodagh Galvin

Outreach disAbility Officer


Clodagh is the Outreach Disability Officer in Trinity DisAbility Hub. She works with students across multiple campuses including Marino Institute of Education, Lir Academy, The Royal Irish Academy of Music and St. James’.

Clodagh is from Co. Cork. She has graduated with a Bachelor of Education degree and MSc Psychology and has worked as a primary teacher for six years. She has worked with students of a diversity of needs and has engaged in the process of early intervention towards supporting developing needs at the earliest points of presenting features of disability. She has a strong interest in human behaviour, its influences and in the research and application of positive psychology, behavioural neuroscience and lifestyle medicine to support students in an individualised manner using integrated approaches.

After completing a Masters in Psychology and conducting research in ‘Creative Activity Engagement and Cognitive Reserve’, Clodagh began working in Trinity Disability Service as an Assistant Psychologist. She enjoyed working with students of a variety of ages, stages and disabilities to support their greatest academic and holistic needs throughout their time in university.

During this time, Clodagh completed a Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, training in Schema Therapy, Epilepsy and ASSIST Training . She is a member of Psychological Society of Ireland and British Psychological Society, Creativity Research Network, The Association of Drama in Education and the Global Brain Health Institute.

Clodagh enjoys working with Barretstown and Children in Hospital Ireland in her free time along with musical theatre and athletics.