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Gregory Psychological Services Limited - Forensic Psychology

Specialising in assessments for Family and Criminal proceedings

Dr Gabrielle Gregory

B.Sc. (Hons.), Foren.Psy.D.

Chartered Psychologist


Registered Forensic Psychologist


Dr Gabrielle Gregory has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and a Doctorate in Forensic Psychology (ForenPsyD) from the University of Birmingham.

Dr Gregory has held a practice certificate and been Chartered with the British Psychological Society since 2008. She is an Associate member of the British Psychological Society’s Faculty for Children, Young People and their Families, as well as the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies Special Interest Group for Child and Adolescents. Dr Gregory has also presented at National conferences on a range of issues such as violence and substance misuse.


Dr Gregory was employed as a Psychologist at H.M. Prison Service for eight years, where she undertook a variety of roles including assessment and intervention work with violent offenders, sexual offenders and substance users.


She was also employed at the Woodbourne Priory Clinic for seven years, where she was an Eating Disorder Specialist and an Assistant on the Adolescent Unit for Acute Mental Health, and was further employed by Coventry University as an MSc Supervisor and Lecturer on their applied Psychology MSc. programme.


Dr Gregory has worked in private practice since 2010 and since starting this work she has undertaken a wide range of psychological assessments of cognitive functioning, personality disorders, risk / protection issues, domestic violence, family dynamics and attachment issues including child and adolescents, as well as continuing her work with violent offenders, sexual offenders and substance users and has regularly written formal psychological reports to disseminate these findings.