Jennifer Allotey – AIM Associate trainer
BSc, BA, MSc, Jennifer is a Forensic Psychologist in training, studying the DForenPsy at the University of Nottingham
Jennifer is a Registered social worker who has worked in the child protection arena since 2002. Jennifer qualified with an MSc Forensic Psychology in 2016.
Between 2012 and 2018 Jennifer was employed by NSPCC, providing consultation, assessment and therapeutic intervention for children and young people who have displayed harmful sexual behaviour. Jennifer was both a social worker and team manager during her time at NSPCC and she was also significantly involved in national development and training as part of the harmful sexual behaviour service.
Jennifer also has significant experience working with adults that have sexually harmed. She delivered the probation sex offender treatment programme for a number of years and has been employed by The Lucy Faithfull Foundation since 2011, delivering a psychoeducation programme to men who have perpetrated online sexual offences.
Jennifer is currently employed by the NHS, where her role is Harmful Sexual Behavior Lead, working within the Youth Secure Estate and the community. She also undertakes independent consultation and assessment work. Jennifer has been an AIM Associate Trainer since 2017