Forensic Psychology


Dr. Pamela M. Yates (Supervised Practice; #R085, 2018) is a forensic psychologist who specializes in evidence-based assessment, treatment, and management of adults in conflict with the law. Dr. Yates translates research and theory into individualized assessments and treatment plans that are client-centred and evidence-informed. She follows a positive psychological approach designed to facilitate both reducing risk and improving well-being.

Dr. Yates also provides specialized consultation and training services in forensic psychology and criminal justice and has more than 20 years’ experience in developing and managing forensic programs for the prevention and treatment of violence, sexual violence, and addictions.

Services include criminal justice strategic and operational planning, program review, design, and evaluation , research, personnel and other training in criminal justice settings internationally. Please contact us for more information.

Dr. Yates is the author of numerous resources, including the primary author of Applying the Good Lives and Self-Regulation Models to Sex Offender Treatment: A Practical Guide for Clinicians and Building a Better Life: A Good Lives and Self-Regulation Workbook.

Relevant Professional Memberships

Featured Project: The International Project for Evidence-Based Practice with Sexual Abusers (IPEPSA).