Karen Martin – AIM Associate trainer
BSc (Hons) Psychology, PGDip Assessment and Treatment of Sex Offenders (ATSO), MSc Forensic Psychology (final year student)
Karen has worked in Youth Justice for 15 years and has developed the Harmful Sexual behaviour Service in Suffolk and currently manages the Service working closely with Children and Young People’s and Youth Justice Services. She has previous experience of working with Harmful Sexual Behaviour in both residential settings and in the community as well as working with adult sexual offenders in a custodial setting. She has 18 years’ experience in the field of HSB and has an interest in the supervision of HSB practice.
She is currently a registered MSc student at Coventry University studying Forensic Psychology and Crime and her dissertation is focusing on practitioner experience of supervision when working with HSB. Karen joined AIM as an Associate in October 2019 and leads on the delivery of HSB for Supervisors training as well as delivering training in the AIM3 model of assessment. She also undertakes independent consultancy and assessments