Dr Gillian M. Fortune
BSc Hons.,D.Clin.Psy.,C.Psychol.,PG Dip. App. Clin. Neuropsych, PFMQ, AFBPsS, C.Clin. Psychol., Ps.S.I.
Paediatric & Adult Clinical Neuropsychologist
Paediatric and Adult Clinical Neuropsychology, Private Medico-Legal Assessments
Telephone: 087 605 7418
Fax: (01) 837 9226
Principal Clinical Neuropsychologist & Head of Psychology, at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin, Dublin 12, Ireland
Paediatric and Adult Clinical Neuropsychologist, at the Bon Secours Consultant’s Clinic, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Assistant Professor, University College Dublin
Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
Registered, Chartered, Clinical Psychologist with the British Psychological Society
Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology of the British Psychological Society
Practitioner Full Member of the Division of Neuropsychology of the British Psychological Society
Chartered Member of the Psychological Society of Ireland
Full Practitioner Member of the Division of Neuropsychology of the Psychological Society of Ireland
Member of the Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience
Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist, at Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland from 2007-2013.
Clinical Neuropsychologist at the Russell Cairns Unit, Neuroscience Directorate, The Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford from 2002-2007.
Dr Fortune provides a specialised Paediatric and Adult Clinical Neuropsychology service for Neurology, Neurosurgical and Neuropsychiatric patients on a short/long-term basis for neuropsychological assessment and neuro-psychotherapeutic intervention. She has extensive experience of medico-legal assessment and provision of expert testimony together with interdisciplinary working and liaison with medical colleagues, education and social services. She has particular expertise in the treatment of non-epileptic seizures and post-traumatic stress disorder and the application of cognitive behaviour therapy to a wide range of symptoms in the context of neurological disorder in children and adults. She is the author of a wide range of publications in clinical psychology and clinical neuropsychology. She is also actively involved in several research studies in collaboration with colleagues in Neuroscience in Ireland and the United Kingdom.