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Clinical Assessments

Assessments of cognitive functioning (WAIS-IV), memory (WMS-IV), adaptive functioning (ABAS-III), suggestibility, malingering and deception (PDS) are beneficial or necessary in a variety of circumstances. They may assist the court to make relevant reasonable adjustments, assist with sentencing/disposal, or help the Parole Board to understand progression trajectories.

Risk Assessments

Essential for many Parole Board hearings, especially those with complexity, is a Psychological Assessment of Risk. The formulation enables the panel to make well informed decisions about progression and the test of release. Assessments of general offending or violence (HCR-20v3), sexual violence (RSVPv2), intimate partner violence (SARAv3), stalking/harassment (SAMv2), and fire setting provide suggested management plans to mitigate risk.

Mental Health

Fundamental to appropriate court or tribunal processes and disposals are accurate psychological assessments of a person's mental health. Your client may have anxiety, depression, a mood disorder, a psychotic illness, personality disorder/dysfunction, trauma/complex trauma, phobias or a developmental disorder that affected their decision making, their behaviour or the way professionals engage with them. An assessment will help professionals to comprehend the issues central to someone's risk.


Your service may be seeking to improve support for the wellbeing of it's staff, or to develop a psychologically informed culture to aid provisions for clients and you need advice or guidance. It may be that you are aspiring to set, and measure, standards of care and outcomes and are preparing for accreditation, CQC or Quality Network visits and you need assistance and consultation to aid your self review. There are many more examples of where consultation may be beneficial, please get in touch to discuss.


It's common for people leaving prison, especially for those on licence, to need to continue to engage in psychological interventions to address outstanding risk needs or to maintain their progress to avoid relapse and recall. Therapy sessions utilise a range of psychological modalities to support people adjusting back to life in the community.


Bridging the gap between the academic world and clinical practice requires practitioners to support academic programmes and academics to drive evidence based practice in clinical settings. Various workshops and lecturing support for professional practice modules are available for undergraduate and postgraduate psychology programmes, along with careers talks, and 'a day in the life of' sessions.

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