MSc. Counselling Psychology, PGDE (Hons, Primary), BSc. (Hons) Social with Clinical Psychology
Kiera McCormack is a Counselling Psychologist from Ireland. She has been an expat for over ten years. A member of the Psychological Society of Ireland and the British Psychological Society, Kiera has been working in the therapeutic field for over twelve years.
Completing her undergraduate degree in psychology at University of Kent, Kiera worked in the Financial Services for four years before returning to the psychology field. She then undertook a post-graduate diploma in teaching from University of Strathclyde in Scotland before completing her Masters in Counselling Psychology at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
Kiera worked in a variety of clinical and educational settings in Ireland, working with children, adolescents and adults. She then went on to work in private practice, primarily with members of the expatriate community in Saudi Arabia and Turkey before moving to Singapore. Kiera brings an in-depth knowledge of cultural change, new educational environments and workplace challenges, drawing on her additional training in Advanced Network Coaching and Transformational Nutrition Coaching.
Kiera works across the lifespan with children, adolescents and adults. Her areas of interest include anxiety, self-harm, challenging behaviour, identity issues and relationship issues.
Kiera provides counselling to children, adolescents and individual adults. Her therapeutic approach is integrative and person-centred, drawing on a range of evidence based techniques including Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy along with Play and Art Therapy where appropriate.
Kiera is an empathetic, non-judgemental and collaborative therapist who aims to provide a safe and therapeutic space for her clients to work within.