Communication Sciences & Disorders 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.
Office: Ubank 906
Current CoursesVisiting Scholar Topics (IN123), Abnormal Psychology (PS201), Developmental Psychology (PS202)
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Katie O'Neil '09, '11
Katie O'Neil '09, '11 reveals why she chose speech pathology and how giving her students communication tools makes her feel. Watch now »
Grossman studies facial expression to aid people with autism
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