The School of Psychology welcomes Dr Keziah May
Dr Keziah May - Teaching Fellow, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
Keziah is a Teaching Fellow & Clinical Tutor on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Keziah began her Psychology journey by undertaking her BSc (Hons) Psychology degree in the University of St Andrews, where she developed an interest in in neuropsychology. Following this, she completed a Masters degree in Applied Neuropsychology at the University of Bristol. Keziah completed her own Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2020 and has since worked in the Paediatric Psychology service in the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, specialising in Inherited Metabolic Disease where she is able to apply her knowledge of neuropsychology and neurodevelopment.
Through her time on clinical training, Keziah developed an interest in the role of the unconscious and psychoanalytic approaches, and is an active Guest Member of the Northern Ireland Psychoanalytic Society (NIPaS). She has a passion for teaching and supervision and is delighted to be balancing her time between her work in the Belfast Trust with her role as academic staff on the Doctorate course. Keziah is particularly looking forward to supporting Trainees through the challenging and intensive but rewarding journey of the Doctorate, and contributing to the ongoing development of the Queen’s course. In her spare time, Keziah enjoys yoga, running and hiking with her two dogs, Ceili and Pepper.