School of Communication Faculty
Eileen McBride is a clinical psychologist and teacher. She began her career as a therapist working in the Northern Ireland Health Service. Since then she has managed adult psychiatry services in both in-patient and community settings and developed a private practice in London's financial district, specializing in stress and anxiety management.
McBride's research has focused on gender and mental health, particularly in the experience of managing the work-life balance. She has taught psychology at the undergraduate and graduate level for more than 15 years. The development of effective and innovative strategies in the teaching of psychology is a current focus for her. Recently, McBride also has been working with social media formats in the exploration of psychological models of pathology.
Abnormal Psychology (PS201), Developmental Psychology (PS202), Personal Growth and Adjustment (PS301)