Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly is an Irish woman who has become a Global Expert working with men, women and children around the World who have largely been written off by society. Families seek her out for her research, results and Methodologies in areas of specialist interest including: ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, Dyslexia, Audio Processing Disorders, Hearing Impairments, Home Schooling, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Confidence, Bullying, Self Harm, Crisis Pregnancies, Sexuality, Learning Disabilities, Gifted Children, Exam Fears, Child Development, People Development, Team Development, Business Success, Bereavement and so on.

National and International professionals, health services, associations, societies and organisations have referred Dr. Naoisé to families in 12 Countries around the World.

Dr. Naoisé is academic, despite living with Dyslexia. She received a First Class Honors Degree from the National University of Ireland, Galway before earning a Ph.D. from The University of Southampton in the United Kingdom. She has also studied at The University of Oxford and The University of Cambridge.

Her Methods in the area of Personality Theory have led her to work with Fortune 500 Companies in the United States, Barclays Premier League Footballers in the United Kingdom, Governments and so on.

Her Team that she trained up for her custom style of educational successes went on to be employed by N.A.S.A., C.E.R.N., The University of Cambridge, The University of California Berkeley, University College Dublin, Google, Intel and so on.

Dr. Naoisé was a Teacher at The European Space Agency E.S.A. in Frascati, Italy. She was also International M.B.A. Co-Ordinator for the Graduate Business School at Griffith College Dublin. Her first official paid teaching job was when she was 12-years-old with the County Dublin School Summer Projects where she taught 7 to 16-year-old students art and pottery.

She has won multiple Awards for her work in Education. In addition, her custom designed School in Dublin was Awarded O2 Ability Company Status by the disability rights organization Kanchi in 2010 the same year as Microsoft, Citi Bank, Trinity College Dublin and Eircom.

Dr. Naoisé has been interviewed around the World by T.V. Stations, Radio Stations, Newspapers and Magazines.

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