Email
    thogue@lincoln.ac.uk
    Telephone
    01522 83 7391
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    University of Lincoln
    Brayford Pool
    Lincoln
    Lincolnshire
    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Prof Todd Hogue

    College Director of Research

    School of Psychology
    College of Social Science

    About Todd Hogue

    After moving to the UK in 1985 and worked for eight years as a psychologist in HM Prison Service, mainly specialising on the assessment and treatment of sexual offenders. I then spent a year in the community undertaking sexual offend treatment and a year working with very disturbed adolescents before joining Rampton Hospital in 1995. I was initially Lead Psychologist in develop a specialist service for offenders with personality disorder and from 2001 was Lead Psychologist on the development of The Peaks a specialist unit for offenders with Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder (DSPD). I have been at the University of Lincoln since 2006 and undertake research on a range of forensic and clinical topics.

    Department Responsibilities

    Currently I am the Programme Leader for the MSc in Forensic Psychology with the main focus of my teaching related to modules on Forensic Child Psychology, Working with Offenders and Professional Practice and Risk. In addition, I am Programme Leader for the MSc in Healthcare in Secure Environments where I teach the module on Offending and Risk as well as coordinating the Thesis Module. On the undergraduate programme I teach a module related to Risk Analysis mainly within a forensic context.

    Subject Specialism

    Forensic psychology, risk, sexual offenders, personality disorder, attitudes to sexual offenders (ATS), sexual interest

    Qualifications

    • I am originally from Canada receiving a BA (1984) and MA (1985) from the University of Western Ontar
    • I am: registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) as a Registered Forensic Psychologist and

    Awards

    • Hogue, T., & Whyte, L. (1997-1998) Special Hospital Commissioning Board, Developing sex offender
    • Hogue, T.E., Johnston, S.J., Lindsay, B., Taylor, J.L. & O’Brien, G. (2001-2003) The Applicabi
    • Lawrence, C., & Hogue, T. (2004). Measuring daily behaviour: Developing systems of monitoring cl
    • Cooke, D.J., Hart, S.D., Logan, C., Hogue, T.E., & Michie, C. (2004-2007) The development of a M

    Professional Affiliations

    • Health Professions Council Clinical Psychologist & Forensic Psychologist
    • Associate Fellow, British Psychological Society
    • Full Member, Division of Forensic Psychology; Chartered Forensic Psychologist,
    • Full Member, Division of Clinical Psychology; Chartered Clinical Psychologist
    • Full Clinical Member, The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, USA (ATSA)
    • Chairperson, Sexual Interest Assessment Forum (SIAF)
    • Member, British & Irish Group for the Study of Personality Disorder (BIGSPD)
    • Member, International Association for Forensic Mental Health (IAFMH)
    • Member, European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL)
    • Member, Risk Institute for the Support of Communication Training Education Assessment & Management (RISC: Team)

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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