Miss Jordan Brooks
Trainee Psychologist

Miss Brooks gained a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and Criminology from Keele University and was awarded a commendation upon completing her Masters in Forensic Psychology at Birmingham City University.  Miss Brooks regularly contributes to assessments of adults and children with a range of needs, intellectual abilities and cultural backgrounds.  Such assessments explore issues around violence and sexual risk, emotional harm/neglect, parental acrimony, alcohol and substance issues, ineffective boundary setting, etc.   Following the completion of her MSc, Miss Brooks has had a continued interest in expanding her knowledge base in forensic psychology.  Relatedly, she has attended training events on themes such as sexual homicide, 'cross-cultural working with perpetrators of Domestic Violence', the application of trauma-focused cognitive behavioural therapy, enhancing emotional resilience and expert witness testimony. Miss Brooks is due to commence a Doctorate in Forensic Psychology Practice with the University of Nottingham next month