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Dr. Kirin Fiona Hilliar

Dr. Kirin Fiona Hilliar



Dr. Kirin Fiona Hilliar

Dr.Kirin Fiona Hilliar is Psychologist from Australia with industry experience in Forensic, Clinical and Organizational Psychology. She is recognized by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research, and the Community Development Authority in Dubai

She worked closely with Government organisations and forensic patients and contributed to various publications and presentations on subjects like 'Law and Human Behaviour', 'Undertaking Vicarious Trauma', 'Perception', 'Assessing violence risk'

She has worked with a wide variety of diverse clients, and gets great personal and professional satisfaction from empowering and enabling her clients to better understand and take control of their own lives. She enjoys delivering both one-on-one and group treatment programs, as well as training courses, community outreach, and psycho-educational seminars and workshops.

  • Adult psychology and psychopathologies
  • Personal and professional development
  • Assessments for recruitment and employee development
  • Child protection assessments, Offender assessment, rehabilitation and treatment
  • Treatment efficacy evaluations
  • Research design Cognitive assessments
  • Therapeutic frameworks including CBT, DBT, RNR (risk, need and responsivity)
  • The Good Lives Model, and Stages of Change
  • Couples and families aimed at improving their relationships by rebuilding trust, setting boundaries, develop their communication, alleviate their tensions and divergences, decries conflicts and enhancing connection between members.
Board Certifications or equivalent:
  • Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Australian Psychological Society
  • Association of Psychological Science
  • British Psychological Society
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Master of Psychology (Forensic), University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Bachelor of Psychology, First Class Honours and the University Medal, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Level 1 & 2 Certification: Occupational- Ability, and Occupational- Personality