Dr Anna Moore Asgharian provides assessment and consultation on a private basis in the Republic of Ireland. She is a fully trained clinical psychologist with considerable experience of working with children and adults with a range of needs. Dr Anna has two university degrees from London where she studied psychology. Her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) is from Royal Holloway at the University of London.
Prior to moving to Ireland to be with her family in 2004, Dr Anna worked in the UK National Health Service for more than 10 years. As well as her private practice, she is now dedicated to a career in the Health Service Executive. She has published research papers in international journals and publicised her work at international conference level. She is a registered member of the Psychological Society of Ireland and the British Psychological Society.
Areas of specialism Dr Anna has a specialist interest in the area of Intellectual Disability and provides parenting, risk and capacity assessments. As a clinical psychologist she is trained to work with both adults and children and has skills and training in working with people who have mental health problems and autistic spectrum disorder.
Dr Anna has a specialist interest in the area of Intellectual Disability and provides parenting, risk and capacity assessments. As a clinical psychologist she is trained to work with both adults and children and has skills and training in working with people who have mental health problems and autistic spectrum disorder.
Asgharian. A. Naughton D. (2009) What's the buzz down in Co. Wexford? The Psychology Consultation Service. The Frontline of Learning Disability. 77: 28-29.
Asgharian. A. Anie. K & Berger. M. (2003) Women with Sickle Cell Trait: Reproductive Decision Making. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology. (21) 1: 23-34.
Asgharian. A. (2002) Mind the gap! The lack of key neuropsychology service provision for children with sickle cell. Sickle Cell News Review. Spring Edition.
Asgharian A. (2000) Observation of a therapeutic community in India. Therapetuic Communities. The International Journal of Therapeutic and Supportive Organisations. 21: (3) 175-183.
Howlin. P & Asgharian. A. (1999) Diagnosis of autism and Asperger Syndrome: findings from a survey of 770 familes. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 41: 834-839.
Howlin. P & Moore. A. (1997) Diagnosis in autism. A survey of over 1200 parents in the UK. Autism. The International Journal of Research and Practice. 1: 135-162.