THE PSYCHOLOGY OF INSIDER THREAT
Amy is a consultant clinical psychologist specialising in forensic work. She holds a BSc in Psychology and Criminology, an MSc in Forensic Psychology and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She has worked as a clinical psychologist for a number of years in a variety of settings including secure units, rehabilitation units and prisons.
Amy currently works independently and internationally for criminal justice agencies, social care, health care and the private sector. She assists law enforcement agencies and corporate security teams with investigative strategies, interview advice and risk assessments.
Amy also has vast experience in delivering training to assist in understanding personality functioning, problematic behaviours and enhancing wellbeing in the workplace. She works closely with organisations across the private and public sector to support the welfare of their workforces.
She is an associate tutor for the UK College of Policing, an expert advisor with the National Crime Agency and holds a Visiting Research Fellow position with the Secure Societies Institute which is a multi-disciplinary research platform at the University of Huddersfield committed to developing a secure society.