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. 

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', enhancing emotional resilience, Understanding Harmful Sexual Behaviour through a trauma-informed lens and expert witness testimony.  Miss Brooks has also provided training on a range of topics, both internally and externally and has presented at Birmingham City University and University of Birmingham.  In September 2020, Miss Brooks commenced a Doctorate in Forensic Psychology Practice with the University of Nottingham and is looking to graduate in 2023.  Her research interests include, but are not restricted to, gang affiliation, interpersonal violence, sexualized behaviour and sexual offending.