Suzanne Bowden is a Registered Practising Psychologist and Forensic Psychologist with over thirteen years experience in the assessment and treatment of clients presenting with a range of interpersonal and cognitive challenges. Ms. Bowden has worked for HM Prison Service and in a secure hospital. She currently works with young people and adolescents with challenging behaviour.
Dr Carol A. Ireland is a Registered Practising Psychologist, Forensic Psychologist and Chartered Scientist with over sixteen years experience in the assessment and treatment of forensic and community clients. She specialises in working with sexual and violent offenders, those with cognitive impairments and children and adolescents displaying harmful sexual behaviour. She also has an MBA and considerable experience of commercial and business practice and management. Dr Ireland has worked across a range of secure sites and community settings. She has worked for HM Prison Service, High Secure Psychiatric Care and currently works for the University of Central Lancashire and with CCATS, a service which specializes in young people displaying harmful sexual behaviour.
Professor Jane L. Ireland is a Registered Practicing Psychologist, Forensic Psychologist and Chartered Scientist. Professor Ireland has over sixteen years experience of applied psychological practice. This includes HM Prison Service and High Secure Psychiatric care. Professor Ireland remains working in a clinical setting. Professor Ireland has considerable experience of violence risk assessments and therapy, including clinical practice within both adult and adolescent services. Her specialisms include aggression, sex offending, personality disorder, clinical psychopathy, anger in the workplace and models of management.
Dr Shelly Morris-King is a Registered Practising Psychologist, Chartered Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, with considerable experience of therapy delivery to high risk groups. Dr Morris-King has worked across a range of clinical services, including secure services. She has delivered violence therapies (i.e. LMV-E) as both therapist and supervisor.
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Harmful Sexual Behaviour in Adult and Adolescent males: Approaches to risk assessment and intervention, includes training in the Sexual Violence Risk Assessment (SVR-20) and Juvenile Sex Offender Assessment Protocol-II (J-SOAP-II)
Date:22nd and 23rd November 2017
We cover the following areas in detail
- Forensic Risk Assessment
- Aggression Intervention
- Working with Personality Disorder
- Assessment and Understanding of Psychopathy
- Personality Disorder
- Crisis Intervention
- Working with Sexual Offenders
- Forensic Therapies
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