Caroline is an experienced Chartered Psychologist and HCPC Registered Forensic Psychologist. Her specialist areas are stalking and intimate partner violence. She is a full member of the Division of Forensic Psychology. For over fourteen years Caroline has worked for Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) in various roles.
Caroline studied psychology at the Open University and graduated in 2004. She completed a MSc in Applied Forensic Psychology with Leicester University in 2008. She commenced her training in Forensic Psychology with HM Prison Service in 2008, gaining experience in the risk assessment of sexual and violent offenders and delivery and treatment management of a variety of cognitive-behavioural treatment programmes including the Healthy Relationships Programme, Self-Change Programme and the Violence Reduction Programme. Caroline has over 3 years' experience working as a Senior Psychologist in the Long Term and High Security Prison Service Estate (LTHSE). She was the clinical lead within a highly specialist small Offender Personality Disorder Pathway (OPDP) unit. Alongside this role she provided clinical oversight of interventions and was the clinical lead for stalking in the LTHSE.
Caroline embarked on the DPsych in 2015 at Nottingham Trent University. She was awarded the degree of Doctor of Psychology in Forensic Psychology in 2019, in recognition of a programme of work entitled 'A qualitative exploration of intimate partner stalking: Current Issues for Risk and Intervention'. Caroline joined Psychological Services UK Ltd in July 2020. Alongside her associate work with PSUK, Caroline works as a lecturer at Nottingham Trent University.