Remembering Dr. Ruth Mann
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
2w ago
Fiona Williams is a Psychologist with over 30 years of experience in HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS).  She is the Head of Interventions Services, a team of specialist staff who are responsible for the design of accredited programmes.  Her remit also includes responsibility for accredited programmes staff training and the quality assurance of all programme delivery across over 200 prison and probation delivery sites. Rosie Travers leads the evidence based practice team in HMPPS. This is a small team of staff dedicated to bringing the best available evidence into our every ..read more
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Inside the long-term high secure estate | Jane Read and Debbie Marsh
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1M ago
Jane Read has over 25 years experience of working within the High Security prison estate.  In that time she has worked in the Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder Programme (DSPD) and was closely involved in the development of the assessment & treatment models for this programme. For 15 years Jane was the director of psychological services at HMP Wakefield and since January 2018 she has been the clinical Framework Progression Lead for the Directorate of Security. In 2023 Jane was awarded an OBE for services to prison and the community. Debbie Marsh is has worked as a psychologist ..read more
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Brain Injuries | Prof Huw Williams Live at HMPPS National Psychology Conference 2023
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1M ago
Professor Huw Williams is a professor of Clinical Neuropsychology. He has pioneered research focusing on traumatic brain Injury in those involved in the criminal justice system, and neuro-rehabilitation and crime. He and colleagues have shown that a substantial number of people in contact with the law have traumatic brain Injuries. Findings have influenced screening and assessment for TBI nationally and internationally, contributing to changes in the UN Convention on Rights of the Child for enabling better support for those with neurodisability to lessen risk of criminalisation. He is a co-fou ..read more
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Risk Assessment
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1M ago
R. Karl Hanson, Ph.D., C.Psych., is one of the leading researchers in the field of risk assessment and treatment for individuals with a history of sexual offending. Originally trained as a clinical psychologist, he was a researcher and research manager in the area of corrections and crime policy for Public Safety Canada between 1991 and 2017. Dr. Hanson has published more than 175 articles, including several highly influential reviews.  He is the lead author of the Static-99R, STABLE-2007, and ACUTE-2007 risk tools, which are widely used for assessing the risk and needs of individuals wit ..read more
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Bias in Forensic Psychology: Live at the European Congress of Psychology, Brighton 2023
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
2M ago
Martine Ratcliffe has worked as a forensic psychologist for HM Prison and Probation Service for 20 years. She’s currently the national diversity and inclusion (D&I) lead for the Psychology Services Group. Her passion for D&I has been amplified through her work with men, women and children in custody and from personal experience as a mixed-race woman working within HMPPS. Dr Tansy Warrilow is a clinical psychologist at Rampton High Secure Hospital. She has introduced innovative techniques within her practice to address sources of cultural bias for clients. Lawrence Jones is a consu ..read more
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Psychology Across HMPPS: Wales
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1y ago
In this special mini-series of the Forensic Psychology Podcast, Sally and Kerensa talk to people who work as psychologists across the five directorates of the prison service, to get an idea of what their jobs entail and the environments they work in. Rebecca Ministro and Harriet Chapman both work in the directorate that covers prisons in Wales. For more information about careers in prisons, visit https://jobs.justice.gov.uk  ..read more
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Psychology Across HMPPS: Youth Custody Service
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1y ago
In this special mini-series of the Forensic Psychology Podcast, Sally and Kerensa talk to people who work as psychologists across the five directorates of the prison service, to get an idea of what their jobs entail and the environments they work in. Alex Bonas and Mel Lewis both work in the Youth Custody Service with children and young adults. For more information about careers in prisons, visit https://jobs.justice.gov.uk  ..read more
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Psychology Across HMPPS: Men's Directorate
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1y ago
In this special mini-series of the Forensic Psychology Podcast, Sally and Kerensa talk to people who work as psychologists across the five directorates of the prison service, to get an idea of what their jobs entail and the environments they work in. Elizabeth Kelly and Angelika Guttman both work in the directorate that covers men's prisons. For more information about careers in prisons, visit https://jobs.justice.gov.uk  ..read more
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Forensic psychology in secure hospitals
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1y ago
This episode features a forensic psychologist who worked in Broadmoor secure hospital for nearly three decades. Derek Perkins, Ph.D. is a UK Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist at West London NHS Trust, and Honorary Professor of Forensic Psychology at Royal Holloway University of London. He is the co-director of the online Protect research group on internet-related sexual offending, and a Trustee of the Lucy Faithfull Foundation child protection charity. Prof Perkins was Head of Psychological Services at Broadmoor Hospital (high secure psychiatric service for London and the South o ..read more
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Behind the Crime on BBC Radio 4
The Forensic Psychology Podcast
by HM Prison & Probation Service
1y ago
Sally and Kerensa will be presenting a brand new series called Behind the Crime on BBC Radio 4 on Wednesdays at 8pm. Starting on Wednesday 3 August, they'll be talking to three people who have committed criminal offences, putting those offences into the context of the lives they've led. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0019r5b These are powerful, emotional, dramatic conversations. They're also conversations that can help to explain why some people act in the ways they do. And they demonstrate the work that forensic psychologists do in prisons. So tune in to Behind the Crime on BBC Radio 4 or ..read more
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