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Our psychologists have provided expert evidence and opinion to the legal profession, local authorities and private clients in England and Wales for over 20 years. We have an in-depth knowledge of assessing adults, adolescents and children from diverse cultures and with a variety of languages in a wide range of settings. Our extensive experience ensures we provide timely expert witness reports and opinions in a flexible and responsive way, meeting both your timescales and budget.

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Our services

  • pre-proceedings
  • care proceedings
  • contact disputes
  • residence disputes
  • assessments of adults
  • assessments of adolescents and children
  • assessments in Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi

Our team

David Morgan

David is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council as a Forensic Psychologist and an Educational Psychologist.  He is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Chartered Forensic Psychologist and a Chartered Educational Psychologist.


He gained a BSc Psychology qualification at the University of London and undergoing postgraduate training at the Tavistock Clinic. With experience practising within local authorities, he has given evidence in Youth Courts, Magistrates Courts, Crown Courts, the Central Criminal Court, County Courts, the Principal Registry of the Family Division and the High Court.

Afshan Morgan

Afshan has an MSc in Legal and Forensic Psychology from Leicester University and a BSc in Psychology from Middlesex University.  She has been consulting for a wide range of clients since 1997.

She has experience of assessing adults, adolescents and children and presenting that evidence in court. She has in-depth knowledge of working within the context of Muslim culture and the cultures of the Indian subcontinent.

She is a member of the British  Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, the Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback and the Forensic Division, the Psychotherapy section and the Special Group in Coaching Psychology of British Psychological Society.