Meet Kerry Daynes

Meet Kerry Daynes

Background

Kerry Daynes is a forensic psychologist with over twenty years experience of working in prisons, secure hospitals, courts and police stations, and also in the community.

Kerry first started working as a psychologist in some of the country’s maximum security prisons and medium secure hospitals. forging a reputation as a knowledgeable practitioner with the ability to engage with, and successfully treat, the most complex clients.

In 2002 Kerry set up her own successful practice and was invited to assist in major police investigations and as a trusted advisor to the government on the safe management of high-risk individuals. Following this, Kerry started working for a chain of independent mental health recovery hospitals in 2013. She is a passionate advocate for better conversations around mental health and wellbeing.

Thanks to her expertise and ability to communicate, she has been featured in, and published, numerous articles for national press, and also provides regular commentary for international television networks, including The History Channel, Discovery, CBS Reality, The Crime & Investigation Network and BBC International.

She continues to maintain a select practice of private therapy and coaching clients, attracting business leaders, sports personalities, and high-profile media figures.

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Professional Titles & Memberships

Kerry is a chartered psychologist, and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She’s also a chartered member of the Science Council, and a registered forensic psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council.

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Causes

Kerry is a patron of the National Centre for Domestic Violence and Talking2Minds,
a national charity treating stress-related problems in current and ex-members of the military and blue-light services.

She works with police and partner agencies to raise awareness of crimes that disproportionately harm women and children. Kerry also campaigns to improve responses to both victims and perpetrators, particularly in cases of stalking.