Neuropsychology and Offending Behaviour: Critical issues and Frameworks

06 June 20241:30pm - 2:30pm
  • Legal, criminological and forensic
  • Neuropsychology
DFP Members only
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Online workshop
Division of Forensic Psychology
DFP - Scotland

The DFP Scotland Committee invites DFP members to join them on 06 June to network and hear about the work of Ryan Aguiar through his talk 'Neuropsychology and Offending Behaviour: Critical Issues and Frameworks'.

Presenter - Ryan Aguiar

Ryan Aguiar is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist based at Ashworth High Secure Hospital, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

He is the Head of Psychology at Ashworth Hospital and Associate Director of Psychology at the Secure Care Division Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Ryan has extensive expertise in the field of Neuropsychology and offending and Neuropsychology and Mental Health.

His area of interest is in Neuropsychology and offending behaviour.

He is called upon to provide expert witness evidence and provides case consultation on offending and risk in brain injury and other neurological conditions.

'Neuropsychology and Offending Behaviours: Critical Issues and Frameworks' provides a clinical overview of neuropsychological issues that underpin offending behaviour.

The presentation provides a framework to formulate offending behaviour from a neuropsychological perspective

Read more about Ryan's work in this article from The Psychologist.

How to take part

This event will be held online.

Please note: this event is for DFP Members only.

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