Stephanie Redman (BSc (Hons), MSc, MBPsS) is an Assistant Forensic Psychologist at CCATS. She is a member of the British Psychological Society, where she is a member of the Divisions of Forensic Psychology.
Her role involves undertaking psychological assessment and therapy with young people and adults who present with a range of issues including trauma, attachment difficulties, harmful sexual behaviour, aggression, mental health difficulties and vulnerability to exploitation. She completes psychological and cognitive assessments for adoption support services and social care.
She is trained in Level 2 Accredited (APT) DBT Therapy, and trained in Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). Stephanie is trained in a number of risk and protective factor assessment tools (HCR-20v3, SVR-20, SAVRY, J-SOAP II, SAPROF adult and youth) and treatment programmes, including Life Minus Violence – Enhanced and Life Minus Violence Harmful Sexual Behaviour Version.
Previously, Stephanie has worked in medium secure services with adult females, and a Low locked rehabilitation hospital with males and females. She facilitated both individual and group therapy. Stephanie has experience providing psychological input to children’s residential settings via therapeutic work with the clients and supporting the staff with reflective practice. She has worked within child and adult mental health services providing therapeutic support to neurodiverse children and families.