Jemma Clutton

Jemma Clutton is a Chartered Forensic Psychologist and a Registered Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

Jemma worked for HM Prison Service for over sixteen years. She was employed for four years as the North West Regional Prison Lead Psychologist for Sexual Offenders. Within this role she was a National trainer for accredited treatment programme delivery and was also involved in National policy and decision making.

Throughout her career Jemma has been involved in psychological assessment and intervention with sexual and violent offenders. She has vast experience in delivering both individual and group intervention with forensic clients. Jemma also has much experience of providing written and oral evidence at Parole Board hearings.

Within her role at CCATS she completes psychological assessments for family court and social care and delivers individual intervention as directed. Her role includes the provision of psychological input to children’s residential homes. This involves work with adolescents, such as, EMDR, delivery of the Life Minus Violence programme, and completion of cognitive assessments as required. She also provides general consultation to professionals involved in the care of the young people.

Jemma also completes expert witness reports for both family and criminal court.