Dr jeanie McIntee

Head of Service

Profile

 Consultant Child & Family Psychologist & Psychotherapist 

I have professional qualifications in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, and have attained a doctorate in Counselling and Psychotherapy, in the field of trauma & Dissociation, child abuse and neglect. I am the Registered Manager of an Adoption Support Agency. I am a Chartered Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, having a BA (Hons) in Psychology, a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology and a Doctoral degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy. I also have qualifications in the supervision of counselling and psychotherapy. I have been a Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist & Psychotherapist, at CTC Psychological Services LLP, since 1988. I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, Chartered through the British Psychological Society, on the UK Register of Expert Witnesses and a member of the Academy of Experts. I am qualified as a supervisor in Counselling and Psychotherapy. I am also registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and Ofsted. I am an EMDR Therapist. 

I have been working in the field of trauma since 1979. I trained in assessment and intervention work pertaining to child sexual abuse at Great Ormond Street Hospital in 1984. I have specialised in trauma work since 1986 and have been providing Expert Witness services since that date, including Criminal, Personal Injury, Child and Family, Risk Assessment and other court cases. I have worked with children and families for more than 30 years, and my service has developed effective team approaches to the resolution of family difficulty and conflict.

Qualifications

Summary of Psychology Training & Qualifications First Degree. BA (Hons) Psychology Newcastle Upon Tyne 

4 years 

Hospital training 

2 years 

Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology NELP 

3 years 

TOTAL 

9 years 

This qualifies me as a Clinical Psychologist to work with children and adults, having been trained in various clinical settings: 

Child Psychology 

Great Ormond Street Hospital, London 

6 months internship 

Adult Psychology 

Claybury Hospital, 

London 

6 months internship & 

3 yrs continuing part-time training 

Community Mental Health 

Claybury Hospital, 

London 

6 months 

Learning Difficulties 

Leytonstone House Hospital, London 

6 months internship 

Neuropsychology 

St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London 

6 months internship 

Dependency Specialisation 

University College Hospital 

6 months internship 

Experience

PUBLICATIONS: 

1984 Firth, H, & McIntee, J 

How to Beat the Burnout 

Health and Social Service Journal, 94 pp166 – 168 

1984 Firth, H, & McIntee, J 

Sources of Good Staff Support 

Occasional Papers, Nursing Times, 80 pp60 – 62 

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1985 Firth, H, McIntee, J, McKeown, P, & Britton, P 

Maslach Burnout Inventory, Factor Structure & Norms for British Nursing Staff 

Psychological Reports, 57 pp147 – 150 

1986 Firth, H, McIntee, J, McKeown, P, & Britton, P 

Burnout & Professional Depression : related concept 

Journal of Advanced Nursing, 11 pp273 – 282 

1986 Firth, H, McIntee, J, McKeown, P, & Britton, P 

Burnout, Personality & Support in Long Stay Nursing 

Nursing Times Occasional Papers. 

1986 McIntee, J, Michie, S, & Rosen, A 

Griffiths & Clinical Psychology Services, Report of an ASTMS Workshop 

Clinical Psychology Forum, No 3, June, pp32-35 

1986 McIntee, J 

A Balance Sheet Approach to Drug Abuse: Protective and Risk Factors Predictive of Drop Out 

MSc Thesis Dr Jeanie McIntee, Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist CTC Psychological Services 20 Walpole St, Chester, CH1 4HG. Tel 01244 390121 

PUBLICATIONS Continued 

1987 Firth, H, McKeown, P, McIntee, J, & Britton, P 

Professional Depression ‘Burnout & Personality in Long Stay Nursing’ 

Int Jnl Nursing Studies. Vol 24. No 3 pp227-237 

1992 McIntee, J 

Coping with Trauma 

Candis, Vol 7 book 10, October, pp40-44 

1992 McIntee, J 

Trauma: the Psychological Process 

Chester Therapy Centre, UK 

1993 McIntee, J 

The Use of Hypnosis in the Treatment of MPD 

Collective Consciousness, 2, Winter, pp4-5 

1995 McIntee, J 

Letter/article regarding personal internal maps in Dissociated clients published in: Collective Consciousness, 6, January 

1997 Long, N & McIntee, J 

“Society’s inability to recognise and label sexual assault” 

Clinical Psychology Forum, 99 pp.20-22 

1997 McIntee, J & Crompton, I 

“The Psychological Effects of Trauma on Children”, in “Protecting Children: Challenges and Change 

Ed. John Bates, Richard Pugh & Neil Thompson 

Arena Publishers, Aldershot, UK Dr Jeanie McIntee, Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist CTC Psychological Services 20 Walpole St, Chester, CH1 4HG. Tel 01244 390121 

1999 Mulholland, S J & McIntee, J 

“The Significance of Trauma in Problematic Sexual Behaviour” in Calder Martin (Ed.) “Working With Young People Who Sexually Abuse: New Pieces of the Jigsaw Puzzle 

Russell House Publishing, Dorset, UK 

2007 McIntee, J 

Dissociative Identity Disorder in the UK: Competing Ideologies in an Historical and International Context 

PhD Thesis, Regents College, City University, London 

CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS: 

1994 Long, N & McIntee, J 

Attitudes towards Sexual Coercion in UK Secondary School Pupils 

Paper given by the second author to BASPCAN Conference, July. 

BASPCAN= British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect 

1994 McIntee, J & Lomas, R 

Posy’s Story – the Exception? or Multiple Personality Does Exist in Britain 

Workshop given at BASPCAN Conference, July 

1995 McIntee, J 

The Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder in the UK: a report from one Practice 

Paper given to ISSD Amsterdam Conference, May Dr Jeanie McIntee, Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist CTC Psychological Services 20 Walpole St, Chester, CH1 4HG. Tel 01244 390121 

CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS continued 

1995 McIntee, J 

Dissociation in the United Kingdom. A Perspective From One Practice 

Paper given to ISSD (UK) Conference, May 

1995 McIntee, J & Richardson, S 

Report from the 1st UK Conference on Dissociation 

Paper presented to International Society for the Study of Dissociation 

Conference, Sept 14-17, Florida, USA 

1995 McIntee, J & Long, N 

Attitudes Toward Sexual Coercion in UK Secondary School Pupils: An example of cultural Dissociation 

Paper presented to International Society for the Study of Dissociation 

Conference, Sept 14-17, Florida, USA 

1995 McIntee, J 

The use of the DIS Q in a forensic setting with dysfunctional parents 

Paper presented to International Society for the Study of Dissociation 

Conference, Sept 14-17, Florida, USA 

1995 McIntee, J 

The Psychological Mechanisms which produce Dissociation in Children 

Paper presented to International Society for the Study of Dissociation Conference, Sept 14-17, Florida, USA Dr Jeanie McIntee, Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist CTC Psychological Services 20 Walpole St, Chester, CH1 4HG. Tel 01244 390121 

1995 McIntee, J 

Dissociative Identity Disorder and the Criminal Justice System 

Workshop presented to 1st Joint international Conference of NOTA/ATSA, Sept 19-22, Cambridge, UK 

NOTA = National Association for the Development of Work with Sex Offenders (UK) 

ATSA = Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (USA) 

1996 McIntee, J 

How Dissociation is Formed in Children 

Workshop presented to the 2nd ISSD (UK) Conference, April 17-19, Chester, UK 

1996 Frost, J., Silberg, J.l., & Mcintee, J (Nov). Imaginary friends in normal and traumatized children. Paper presented at the 13th international conference, International Society for the Study of Dissociation, San Francisco, CA. 

1998 McIntee, J, Silberg, J, Grimminck, E 

Dissociative Symptoms and Disorders in Traumatised Children: Cross Cultural Case Studies 

Workshop presented to the IACAPAP Conference, 3 August 1998, Stockholm, Sweden. 

IACAPAP = International Association for Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Professions 

1998 McIntee, J 

Trauma and Dissociation: The effect of Abuse 

Training Day for Southampton Sex Abuse Forum, 4 Sept, Southampton 

1998 Mulholland, S & McIntee, J 

A Child centred approach to working with traumatised children who are abusers 

A case study and consultation exercise. NOTA Conference, 8 Sept, Glasgow, UK Dr Jeanie McIntee, Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist CTC Psychological Services 20 Walpole St, Chester, CH1 4HG. Tel 01244 390121 

2015 McIntee, J 

“Brain Development” and “The Traumatised Brain & the Surviving Child” 

CTC Training for NLCS 

2015 McIntee, J 

“Changing the Brain & Helping Children” and “Awareness & Management of Our Emotions” 

CTC Training for NLCS 

2016 McIntee, J 

“Environmental & Family Influences on Brian Development: The Development of Self in Children” 

Workshop presented to Cumbria Rural Learning Alliance 

2016 McIntee, J 

“Traumatic Brain Development: Brain Scan Research: Implications for Development & Learning” 

Workshop presented to Cumbria Rural Learning Alliance 

2016 McIntee, J 

“The Dissociated Child: Dissociative Disorders & Imaginary Friends” 

Workshop presented to Cumbria Rural Learning Alliance 

2016 McIntee, J 

“Attachment & Trauma & Learning: How Trauma Brain Organisation affects Attachment & Learning” 

Workshop presented to Cumbria Rural Learning Alliance 

2016 McIntee, J 

“Trauma Brain & Behaviour: The need for Tailored Management: School- Therapy- S. Worker- Parent- Child” 

Workshop presented to Cumbria Rural Learning Alliance Dr Jeanie McIntee, Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist CTC Psychological Services 20 Walpole St, Chester, CH1 4HG. Tel 01244 390121 

2016 McIntee, J 

“Optimising Learning in Traumatised Children: Understanding Psychological Assessment Data and Uneven Cognitive Development” 

Workshop presented to Cumbria Rural Learning Alliance 

2018 McIntee J 

Case Study of a young person with Dissociative Identity Disorder 

Presentation for CTCPS/ISSTD Conference on Developmental Trauma & Dissociation 

UNPUBLISHED WORK: 

1987 McIntee, J, Crompton, I, & Franklin, J 

Prevalence of Drug Misuse in Chester Health District 

1988 McIntee, J., Owens, G., & Dabin, H. 

HIV Risk-taking Behaviour of Heroin users 

(Unpublished pilot study) 

1998 Frost, J., McIntee, J., & Silberg J. 

Differentiating between Imaginary Friends and Dissociative Identity Disorder in Children: A cross cultural research. 2007 PhD , Regents College/City University London 

1996-2007 

Dissociative Identity Disorder in the UK, Competing Ideologies in an Historical and International Context. 

Specialised Roles

Child Psychology 

Great Ormond Street Hospital, London 

6 months internship 

Adult Psychology 

Claybury Hospital, 

London 

6 months internship & 

3 yrs continuing part-time training 

Community Mental Health 

Claybury Hospital, 

London 

6 months 

Learning Difficulties 

Leytonstone House Hospital, London 

6 months internship 

Neuropsychology 

St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London 

6 months internship 

Dependency Specialisation 

University College Hospital 

6 months internship 

Publications

Specialised Roles 

  • • University of Liverpool – Recognised teacher and supervisor involved in the training and case supervision of Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists, Social Workers, General Practitioners, Nurses and other professionals in Psychotherapy. 
  • • Accredited Expert with the Academy of Experts and Member of the UK Register of Expert Witnesses. 
  • • Consultant to Barnardo’s on specialist work with juvenile sex offenders. 
  • • Training on Child Sexual Abuse to joint investigation teams of Police and Social Services. 
  • • International representative member of the Executive Council of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation (ISSD) 
  • • Member of International Children’s Committee for ISSD 
  • • Member of the Task Force on Children and Adolescents responsible for the Guidelines for the /evaluation and Treatment of Dissociative Symptoms in Children and Adolescents – 2003. 
  • • Training on Trauma and Dissociation to NSPCC, Children Everywhere, NOTA & various Conferences. 
  • • Member of Child Concern and BASPCAN since 1998 and attended and provided seminars focusing upon Child Sexual Abuse, Trauma and Dissociation, and the role of the expert witness in Child Cases and many other salient issues. 
  • • Consultant to Branas Isaf Personal Development Centre for the treatment and care of juvenile sex offenders. 
  • • Assessment and psychological intervention in various prisons for male, female and young offenders, from mild to serious varied offences. 

Dr Jeanie McIntee, Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist CTC Psychological Services 20 Walpole St, Chester, CH1 4HG. Tel 01244 390121 

  • • Consultant to Cumbria Children’s Services and Registered Manager of CTC Psychological Services Adoption Support Agency. 
  • • Member of Education and Learning Committee of BASPCAN 
  • • Deputy Chair of the Consortium of Adoption Support Agencies. 

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