Ms Maureen Jean MacGinley

Ms Maureen Jean MacGinley

DSW (current candidate)

MCSW (with Excellence)  Master Counselling Social Work 


Arts,Design & Architecture
School of Social Sciences

Maureen MacGinley is a lecturer in social work and a doctoral candidate. Maureen has extensive experience in working therapeutically alongside survivors of interpersonal violence and child abuse, especially adult and child sexual abuse. She also has extensive experience in working therapeutically with people experiencing a broad range of adversity and psychosocial developmental challenges. Maureen has worked for around 30 years in the field providing counselling, consultation, management and education.  She is an experienced educator in social work, counselling, therapy, trauma informed and trauma-focused practice. She is committed to the intersections of practice and research. 

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  • Journal articles | 2019
    Ms Maureen Jean MacGinley
    MacGinley M; Breckenridge J; Mowll J, 2019, 'A scoping review of adult survivors’ experiences of shame following sexual abuse in childhood', Health and Social Care in the Community, vol. 27, pp. 1135 - 1146,