Hannah specialises in working with offenders with Personality Difficulties having provided psychological services on the Offender Personality Disorder (OPD) Pathway across London. This has included individual and group treatment for offenders within secure settings, consultation and advice on risk assessment and management to staff, pathway planning, staff training and supervision. In addition to her work with PSUK Hannah is currently leading the MSc in Forensic Mental Health at Queen Mary University in addition to providing training across Personality Disorder services and completing regular expert witness assessments.
Hannah has experience working across a range of specialist forensic mental health settings including a Therapeutic Community for offenders with Personality Disorder, CAMHS Tier 4 services, and Learning Disability Services. She is trained and experienced in the administration and interpretation of an extensive range of forensic risk assessment tools in addition to a wide range of psychometric instruments for both assessment and evaluative purposes including cognitive testing,personality, and risk inventories. Hannah has experience of giving evidence as an expert witness within both Family and Criminal Court proceedings, in addition to oral evidence at CPA and MAPPA meetings.
Hannah's main clinical and research interests are in the area of personality disorder and offending behaviour in addition to attachment and family dysfunction. She regularly delivers lectures in these areas and has also presented at a number of related conferences.