Emma Brown, BSc (Hons), MSc Forensic Psychology, is an Assistant Forensic Psychologist. Emma obtained an MSc in Forensic Psychology from Birmingham City University, and a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of York. She previously worked as an Interventions Facilitator for His Majesty’s Prison Service, conducting assessments with and facilitating offending behaviour programmes for a range of male offenders with various needs and offences, both on a group and a one-to-one basis. This included those convicted of violent offences, murder, and gang-affiliated offences, some of which presented with complex emotional, psychological and neurodivergent needs. During undergraduate and postgraduate study, she has conducted academic research in the field of forensic psychology, critically analysed empirical literature and developed strong research skills. She has experience in conducting clinical interviews, psychometric administration and forensic case formulation.
Assistant Forensic Psychologist