Laura has such great clinical and academic experience that we could have talked with her about many things but in this episode we focus on how her thinking on boundaries developed as she worked in the challenging setting of a new personality disorder unit.
Laura Hamilton is a Registered and Chartered Forensic Psychologist and Senior Lecturer. Working in forensic practice for 20 years, she has specialised in the assessment and treatment of trauma and personality disorder with individuals who have convictions. She is an innovative practitioner often working at the cutting edge of clinical practice and seeking new ways of enhancing forensic interventions. She conducted the first trials of Radically Open- Dialectical Behavioural (RODBT) Therapy with forensic service users and was part of the development team which trialled Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). Laura is trained in a range of treatment modalities, including CAT, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, RODBT, EMDR and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. As an academic she developed postgraduate courses for forensic psychologists in-training, and delivers specialist teaching, supervision and workshops on a range of applied clinical forensic issues. Her research interests are in applied boundary studies, overcontrol and trauma.
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