Maeve Kavanagh is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist who has worked on behalf of Autistic children and adults since 2008 in both the public and private healthcare sectors in Ireland. Maeve is a keen ally of the Autistic community and has a particular interest in Gender identity and Autistic experiences. Maeve holds a B.A. in Psychology from University College Dublin (2002), an M.Sc. in Clinical Neuroscience from University College London (2003) and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Trinity College Dublin (2008). She is currently Principal Clinical Psychologist with The Adult Autism Practice, having worked there since it’s foundation in 2020, and is Co-Director of Childversity, specialising in Neuro-Affirmative autism assessments for children and adolescents.


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Adult Autism Assessment Handbook, The


– A Neurodiversity Affirmative Approach

This accessible and comprehensive adult autism assessment handbook covers the most up-to-date research and best practice around adult autism assessment, centering the person’s internal experiences and sense-making in clinical assessment, rather than subjective observation, thus providing the clinician with a truly paradigm shifting Neuro-Affirmative approach to autism assessment.