Katie Lambert (MSc in Forensic Psychology, PG Cert in Psychology) is a Forensic Psychologist in Training. She is a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society and the Divisions of Forensic and Clinical Psychology. Her role is to assist Chartered Psychologists in conducting psychological assessment and therapy.
Katie is trained in a number of risk and protective assessment tools (HCR-20, SAVRY, SAPROF) and treatment programmes including Life Minus Violence – Enhanced and Life Minus Violence Harmful Sexual Behaviour Version.
Katie has worked in a range of settings – initially in independent practice assisting with expert witness reports for Family courts and therapeutic work. This role involved assisting in the assessment of children, young people and adults with regards to their development, attachment, parenting experiences and their psychological functioning and wellbeing. She has worked as a Clinical Support Worker for Tier 4 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) working with adolescents presenting with a range of difficulties from emotional regulation to eating disorders.
Katie has previous experience working in high secure services with male adults. She was directly involved in the risk assessment and treatment of clients with forensic and mental health needs engaging in both individual and group therapy. Katie has also volunteered within a Youth Offending Team and supported victims of sexual violence.