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psychologist , researcher

Gráinne Fadden, Irish psychologist, researcher. Chartered clinical psychologist, England. Grantee Oxford Regional Health Authority, 1990, European Commission Commission, 1994. Fellow British Psychological Society (associate); member International Mental Health Network (United Kingdom consultant since 1994).

Background

Fadden, Gráinne was born on April 21, 1959 in Castlebar, Republic of Ireland. Arrived in England, 1987. Daughter of Michael and Sarah (McGovern) Fadden.

Education

Bachelor with honors, University College, Galway, Republic of Ireland, 1980. Master of Philosophy, University London, 1984. Postgraduate, University London, since 1991.

Career

Psychology trainee Maudsley Hospital, London, 1982-1984. Clinical psychologist North West Health Board, Sligo, Republic of Ireland, 1984-1987. Principal clinical psychologist Aylesbury (England) Vale Trust, 1987-1989, senior principal psychologist, 1989-1993.

Clinical tutor Oxford (England) Psychology Training Course, 1990-1993. Consultant clinical psychologist Buckingham (England) Mental Health Service, since 1994. Assessor of papers Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, British Journal Medical Psychology, British Journal Clinical Psychology.

Member board assessors Journal Family Therapy, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Chartered clinical psychologist, England.

Membership

Fellow British Psychological Society (associate). Member International Mental Health Network (United Kingdom consultant since 1994).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, music, poetry.

Connections

Married Michael Hopper, September 25, 1993. 1 child, Keelan Leigh.

father:
Michael Fadden

mother:
Sarah (McGovern) Fadden

spouse:
Michael Hopper

child:
Keelan Leigh Fadden