Mr Cousins in LEEDS
Psychological functioning: • Assessment of intellectual function, level of mental impairment, capacity, suggestibility, autistic functioning • Forensic mental health: • All aspects of psychological assessment, including aggression, arson, self-injury • Preparation of reports for mental health review tribunal, local review board • Personality: • Impact of childhood abuse upon personality • Assessment of personality disorder, re-offence risk, mitigating factors • Sexual offending: • Assessment & ...
Dr Andrew Derry, Clinical Psychologist in BRIGHTON
We are a national team of expert witness clinical forensic, educational & counselling psychologists & neuropsychologists working in the family, criminal & civil courts • Parental risk assessment & family functioning • Attachment-based assessments of parents & children • Forensic risk assessments of offenders for the criminal courts & parole boards • Assessments in cases of non-accidental injury • Assessment & treatment in cases of personal injury, work-related injury & clinical negligence • Assessment & ...
Mrs Gaskins in POOLE
CUBS qualified & experienced expert witness in child & family matters • Public & private proceedings • Attachment assessments • Psychometric testing (IQ, personality, dyslexia) • Global family assessments • Sibling assessments • Substance & domestic abuse • Over 20 years' experience as expert witness • Legal aid rates for all work
Dr I'Anson in CHESTER
Clinical psychology as it applies to the following areas: • Child development & parenting • Family dynamics & attachment issues • Trauma & dissociation • Adolescent self-harm • Criminality & offending • As such, I am able to accept instructions for family law work, criminal, personal injury & private law cases
Dr Blyth in BIRMINGHAM
Adoption • Asylum seekers • Attachment • Child abuse (all types) • Chronic & enduring childhood illness • Cognitive assessments • Contact disputes • Child development • Domestic violence • Foster placements • Gender identity disorder • Learning disabilities • Mental capacity • Mental health • Multicultural & multiracial families • Non-accidental injuries & child death • Parents in prison • Risk behaviours (injury to self & others) • Sexual abuse • Sexualised behaviour • Sibling relationships • Substance abuse • Trauma • Implacable hostility
Ms Jackson in LONDON
Assessment of attachment & bonding in families • Assessment of parenting, including in the context of child care proceedings • Alcohol & drug abuse as pertaining to parenting ability • Domestic violence, physical, sexual & emotional abuse as pertaining to parenting ability • Adult cognitive & personality assessment, including own family history in relation to ability to parent • Cognitive assessment of adults to determine competence, identify learning difficulties & disabilities, & make recommendations • ...
Mr Flatman in FAVERSHAM
Family assessments • Child care • Quality of parenting • Attachments within families • General family matters • Psychometric cognitive assessments • Assessments of learning difficulties • Child, adult & family • Clinics in Maidstone & Faversham
Dr Ahmad in BLACKBURN
Personal injury • Post-traumatic stress disorder • Attachment & care proceedings • Access & custody issues • Parenting & family assessment • Assessment of juvenile offenders • Criminal responsibility • Fitness to plead • Risk assessments • Mental disorder: psychiatric assessment of children & adolescents up to the age of 20
Mr Hughes in ST HELENS
Children • Adults • Intellectual ability • Functional skills • Literacy • Communication • Police interview • Need for appropriate adult • Understanding of interview caution • Understanding of documents & forms • Readability of documents • Fitness to plead • Capacity to instruct/participate • Special measures in Court • Need for intermediary • Vulnerable witness • Suggestibility • Compliance • Learning difficulty • Disability • Specific learning difficulties • Dyslexia • Dyspraxia • ADHD • Attention difficulties • Hyperactivity • Autism • Asperger ...