Paul D'Alton

Dr Paul D’Alton is Principal Clinical Psychologist and Head of the Department of Psychology at St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin and Associate Professor at the School of Psychology, University College Dublin.  He is a Fellow and former president of the Psychological Society of Ireland.   He is founder and Director of the MSc in Mindfulness Based Interventions at UCD.  He teaches on several post-graduate programmes at University College Dublin and Trinity College Dublin.  He has completed a number of funded research projects and is frequently invited to speak at scientific gatherings in Europe and the USA.  He has published several book chapters and many peer-reviewed journal articles.  He is a regular book reviewer with the Irish Times and contributor to the Irish Independent.  He lives in Dublin, is a committed cyclist and a reasonable cook.


Burnout

Paul D'Alton discusses why the amount of people experiencing burnout is increasing.


Vaccinations

Paul D'Alton, Associate Professor of Psychology at UCD and Principal Clinical Psychologist at St Vincent's University Hospital, speaks to Mary about vaccine hesitancy, a tendency to resist or delay vaccination.


Homeless Children

Dr Paul D'Alton discusses the psychological impact of homelessness on children.


Closure


Grief


Staying in Love




 

Programme Highlights

Three simple steps to help calm the mind

Paul D'Alton, Associate Professor of Psychology at UCD and Principal Clinical Psychologist at St Vincent's University Hospital, provides three simple steps to help calm the mind during stressful periods.

Finding it hard to sleep?

Paul D'Alton, Associate Professor of Psychology at UCD and Principal Clinical Psychologist at St Vincent's University Hospital, provides tips for people who are struggling to sleep.

Olivia O'Leary Column

In her column Olivia O'Leary looks at how we respond to strange times.

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