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| | |CURRICULUM VITAE – DR JACKIE CRAISSATI MBE | | | |Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist, Trustee of Samaritans, | |Non-executive Director of a Mental Health Trust, and Company Director, with| |more than twenty years experience in leading the delivery and expansion of | |highly regarded services for mentally disordered offenders. As a | |nationally recognised expert in the assessment and treatment of complex and| |socially excluded offenders, and an outstanding project manager, I have led| |the field in developing innovative and effective projects in partnership | |with both public and third sector providers. Recently awarded an MBE for | |services to mental health, and a regularly published contributor to | |academic journals. | | | | |Current |Non-executive Director (2016+) Kent & Medway NHS and Social| |responsibilitie|Care Partnership Trust | |s |Responsibility for the governance and strategic direction | |2016 + |of a large mental health trust, chair of the quality | | |committee, and deputy chair of the integrated audit & risk | | |committee. | | | | | |Trustee on the board of Samaritans (2014+) | | |Responsibility for leading on safeguarding and quality | | |governance. Working with the executive team to achieve a | | |radical transformation in the structure and delivery of the| | |service. | | | | | |Director, Psychological Approaches CIC | | |Psychological Approaches is a not for profit community | | |interest company focused on work with individuals with | | |complex mental health needs – often associated with a | | |history of offending and social exclusion – for whom | | |services are difficult to access, and sometimes poorly | | |equipped to meet their needs. | | | | | |Consultant Advisor for the South of England Offender | | |Personality Disorder Pathway (2016+) | | |Commissioned by NHS England and the National Offender | | |Management Service; responsibility for clinical innovation | | |and quality across the region. | | | | | |Chair of the Grendon Advisory Panel (2016+) | | |A specialist prison delivering a national therapeutic | | |community programme for high risk prisoners. | | | | | |Expert independent psychological advice | | |External expert to the Parole Board Review Committee for | | |serious untoward incidents (2015+) | | |External examiner to the University of Nottingham Forensic | | |Doctorate (2015+) | | |Editorial boards of Psychology, Crime and Law; and The | | |Probation Journal | | |I have a national reputation for expertise in the | | |assessment and treatment of complex high risk offenders, | | |and am regularly asked by the Crown Prosecution Service, | | |the Parole Board, and other secure hospital clinicians, to | | |provide advice on high profile cases. | | | | |Recent |Head of Forensic Psychological Therapies, and Clinical | |responsibilitie|Director, Forensic & Prisons Directorate, Oxleas NHS | |s (until |Foundation Trust. | |December 2015) |Responsible for the management of inpatient and community | | |services to mentally disordered offenders across south east| | |London, and mental health in-reach services across nine | | |Kent & three Greenwich prisons. I directly managed more | | |than 30 staff, including psychologists, psychotherapists | | |and occupational therapists; and led two multi-disciplinary| | |teams delivering personality disordered offender services, | | |including a residential therapeutic facility (Douglass | | |House Project) in partnership with Turning Point. I | | |managed a budget of around £1.5 million. I have been in | | |post since 1989, and Head of Department since 1991. | | | | | |As Clinical Director, I led the senior staff group, advised| | |the service director and the Trust board. Particular | | |responsibility for quality – clinical effectiveness, | | |patient safety and patient experience – and reporting on | | |clinical matters to NHS England. I was in this post | | |2010-15. | | | | | |Recent achievements: | | |Managing a 5% cut in budget without cuts to staffing or a | | |reduction in service delivery | | |Leading the team to develop a new women’s pathway inpatient| | |service, and achieving compliance with the quality | | |dashboard. | | | | | |Chair of the London Pathways Partnership (LPP, 2012) | | |LPP is a consortium of four mental health trusts in London | | |which, under my leadership, has been successful in winning | | |bids to develop personality disordered offender services | | |across London, and within specialist units in HMP Belmarsh,| | |HMP Swaleside & HMYOI Aylesbury. The services are | | |co-commissioned by the National Offender Management Service| | |and NHS England. I managed a budget of approximately £3 | | |million on behalf of LPP, and worked in close partnership | | |with the National Probation Service and the prison service.| | | | | |Recent achievements: | | |Winning additional funding to roll out community treatment | | |programmes for sexual and violent offenders across London | | |Won the Positive Practice in Mental Health award in both | | |the specialist services and the criminal justice categories| | | | | |Lead author on the Ministry of Justice (2011 & 2015) | | |publication “Working with Personality Disorder: A | | |practitioner’s guide’. | | | | |Project |I had a leading role in the development and management of | |leadership |the following ongoing projects: | |2014 + |NCATS service (National project for the Assessment & | | |Treatment of Children presenting with sexually abusive | | |behavior) in partnership with the NSPCC. | |2013 + |London Pathways Partnership (LPP – see above),commissioned | | |by NOMS & Dept of Health. | |2009 + |Clinical & research lead (with East & West London) for the | | |development of Forensic Mental Health Currencies in London.| | |Led the national pilot. | |2008 + |William Morris Centre groupwork programme (funded by | | |Specialist Commissioning for London) | |2008 + |Chair of Multi-systemic Therapy steering group for | | |Greenwich teams, (funded by Dept of Health, and delivered | | |in collaboration with Greenwich CAMHS & Local Authority) | |1998 |Youth in Need forensic adolescent sex offender community | |(approximately)|service across London, in partnership with the National | | |Probation Service | | | | |Overseas | | |projects | | |2014 |Developing personality disorder services for prisoners in | | |Georgia (funded by Global Initiatives in Psychiatry) | |1988 |Four months work experience as Clinical Psychologist, | | |National Institute for Mental Health and Neurosciences, | | |Bangalore, India. Work included teaching and clinical | |1988 |responsibilities. | | |Dissertation on mental health & attribution in the | | |Bangladeshi community in E London (McCarthy, B. & | | |Craissati, J. (1990). Ethnic differences in response to | | |adversity.Social Psychiatry, 24, 196-201.) | | | | |Publications |Forty-four research papers in peer reviewed journals. | | |Recent examples: | | |Craissati, J., & Quarty, C. (2016). An exploration of third| | |party disclosure and outcomes in registered sex offenders. | | |British J. of Community Justice, 13. | | |Craissati, J., & Blundell, R. (2013). A community service | | |for high risk mentally disordered sex offenders: a follow | | |up study. J. of Interpersonal Violence, 28, 1178-1200 | | |Four book chapters | | |Three books: | | |Craissati, J. (1999). Child Sexual Abusers: a community | | |treatment approach. | | |Craissati, J. (2004). Managing High Risk Sex Offenders in | | |the Community: A Psychological Approach. | | |Dowsett, J., & Craissati, J. (2008). Managing Personality | | |Disordered Offenders in the Community: A psychological | | |approach. | |Professional & | | |Academic | | |2017 |Senior Practitioner of the Year, British & Irish Group for | | |the Study of Personality Disorder | |2014 |MBE for services to Mental Health | |2003 |Doctorate in Psychology (PhD), University of Birmingham | |2011 |Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society | |1991-1993 |M.A. Criminology, Middx University (part-time). | |1985-1988 |Post Graduate clinical psychology diploma, South East | | |Thames Regional Health Authority. | |1984 |Membership of the Division of Forensic Psychology, British | | |Psychological Society, chartered status. | |2000 approx |Honorary senior lecturer, Christchurch Canterbury College | |1983 |Graduate membership of the British Psychological Society | |1982 – 1983 |Diploma in Psychology, City of London Polytechnic | |1979-1982 |St Catherine’s College, Cambridge University. | | |B.A. (Hons) in Social and Political Sciences. Degree: 2.1| |2006-15 |Training in Mentalisation-based Therapy (advanced), | | |Schema-Focussed Therapy and EMDR (Part 3) | | | | |Personal |Playing the saxophone (big band and saxophone quartet) | |interests: |Travel, reading novels | |Personal | | |details: |05.10.60 | |Age | | | | | |Telephone |01322 294300 (work) | | |07802 620365 | |Email |[email protected] |

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