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Prof Professor John L Taylor

Professor of Clinical Psychology and Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Department: Psychology

0191 215 6360


BSc (Hons) MPhil DPsychol CPsychol CSci AFBPsS

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Primary research and evaluation areas of interest are: (a) treatment and service outcomes for offenders with intellectual and developmental disabilities (arson, anger and sex offending); (b) evaluation of clinical risk assessment procedures; (c) assessment and treatment of mental health problems in people with intellectual disabilities; and (d) workforce innovations and new roles.

Sponsors and Collaborators

HPC Registered Clinical Psychologist, Forensic Psychologist (Reg. No. PYL22939); Associate Fellow, British Psychological Society (BPS; Membership No. 19993); Chartered Clinical Psychologist (BPS): Chartered Forensic Psychologist (BPS); Chartered Scientist (The Science Council, Reg. No. BPS118019993)


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