Jenny Ingram CPsychol AFBPsS has been working as a Chartered and Registered Forensic Psychologist for over 11 years, after achieving Chartered status in 2008.
Jenny is trained in a range a wide range of treatment techniques, such as, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectic behaviour therapy (DBT) and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR). She is able to offer individualised, person-centred treatment, including CBT for depression, anxiety, anger, stress and emotional resilience.
Jenny has a particular interest in Mindfulness and staff care and well-being and has developed a range of bespoke training packages, courses and workshops within this field. She has delivered these within the community, in schools and for large organisations within the North West.
Jenny completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside in 1998. She then went on to complete a post graduate degree (MSc Forensic Psychology) at the University of Central Lancashire in 2005. Previously, Jenny was employed by HM Prison Service from 2000 to 2010, during which time she worked with young offenders and adult male and female prisoners with determinate and indeterminate sentences.
Between 2010 and 2016 Jenny was based in a low and medium secure psychiatric hospital, where she worked on both an individual and group-basis, with male and female patients presenting with a range of needs, including mental illness, personality disorder, substance misuse problems, cognitive deficits and learning difficulties. Her work included assessment and treatment, using both structured interventions and individualised work.
Jenny’s work as an independent practitioner currently involves completing expert witness reports for HM Prison Service, in addition to family court reports. She facilitates psychologically informed training courses to mental health professionals across the UK and is an associate lecturer for Manchester Metropolitan University.
Covering the North West