Dr Jayne Corson

Dr Jayne Corson is a BPS Chartered and HCPC Registered Senior Forensic Psychologist. She holds a Clinical Lead role within the NHS over-seeing psychological provision covering two London prisons serving a diverse population of offenders with complex presentations. She has held roles within NHS adult forensic mental health, low and medium secure hospitals including acute, rehab and learning disability wards. In addition, she has worked within HM Prison Services across a range of prison settings, including high secure through to open conditions. She has held a post within academia as a university lecturer for BSc and MSc Forensic Psychology programmes, and has worked for the Local Authority, Social Services and probation. Dr Corson provides expert assessments and opinion on offending, violence, personality disorder, sexual offending, domestic violence, fire-setting, substance misuse, neurocognitive functioning, mental health, autism, learning disability, trauma, suggestibility, malingering and parental capacity. Her research interests relate to the development of personality disorders, specifically anti-social personality disorder and associated underlying psychological constructs that impact on offending behaviour.


• Personality Disorder
• Trauma
• Violence
• Domestic Violence
• Autism
• Sex Offending
• Attachment
• Mental Illness
• Parental Capacity
• Malingering
• Neuropsychology

Courts or Tribunals: Criminal and Offending, Family Court, Immigration and Asylum, Mental Health Tribunals

Age groups: Adult

Psychological Specialisms: ADHD, Adult Mental Health Problems, Autistic Spectum Disorder, Domestic Abuse, Forensic, Learning Difficulties, Mental Capacity, Neurological Disorder, Parenting Problems, Personality Disorder, Sexual Offending, Substance Misuse, Trauma and PTSD, Youth Offending

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