Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist
I have more than 30 years experience with professional qualifications in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, and have attained a doctorate in the field of trauma, child abuse and neglect. I am a Chartered Clinical & Forensic Psychologist, having a BA (Hons) in Psychology, a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology and a Doctoral degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Since 1988, I have been a Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist at CTC Psychological Services. I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and Chartered through the British Psychological Society and on the UK Register of Expert Witnesses and a member of the Academy of Experts.
I have been working in the field of trauma since 1979. I trained in assessment and intervention work pertaining to child sexual abuse at Great Ormond Street Hospital in 1984. I have specialised in trauma work since 1986 and have been providing Expert Witness services since that date, including Criminal, Personal Injury, Child and Family, Risk Assessment and other court cases.
I have worked with children and families for over 30 years, and my service has developed effective team approaches to the resolution of family difficulty and conflict.
"I have worked with Jeanie McIntee and CTC for over 20 years in my role as a Children's Guardian. I have always found their assessments to be clear, comprehensive and easily understood.
They offer reasonable timescales for assessments, which comply with the new 26 week requirements in care proceedings, and file their reports on time. They have the added bonus of having their own Centre, which means that families who are being assessed within court proceedings are able to undergo that assessment in calm, comfortable surroundings.
This also allows CTC to conduct a more comprehensive assessment, utilising a full day, without causing undue stress to the participants. The psychologists are available to attend court hearings and professionals meetings when required and always make a valuable contribution."
Jo Allen Guardian ad Litem - 21 February 2013