Dr Marie-Claire Reville

Senior Clinical Psychologist working across the lifespan

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, MSc Applied Psychology for Children and Adolescents, MSc in Psychological Research Methods, and BSc in Psychology. Marie-Claire is a UK-trained clinical psychologist who is registered with Health Care Professionals Council in the UK. She is also a candidate for accreditation with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. 

Background and Clinical Experience

Marie-Claire researched neuropsychological processes in anorexia nervosa with Dr Bryan Lask at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children before engaging with clinical neuropsychological assessment and mental health treatment for children with neurodisability. She then trained in clinical psychology and has 10 years of NHS experience working with a range of neurodisabilities such as ADHD, ASD, Learning Disabilities and mental health difficulties in children and adults including anxiety, low mood, post traumatic responses, personality disorders, and obsessive compulsive presentations including eating disorders.  She has worked across hospitals, community mental health clinics and school settings in the UK.

Therapeutic Approaches

Marie-Claire predominantly offers first line recommended interventions with cognitive-behavioural approaches and draws on compassion focused therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy to adapt therapies for client’s individual and holistic circumstances to support them with their unique recovery journey. She also offers up to date high quality parenting support for positive behaviour development. All support is provided within a respectful space where clients can make choices about their therapy.

Prior to moving to Singapore Marie-Claire is offering videocall therapy which for some mental health presentations can be as effective and more accessible than face to face therapy.