Dr Anne Myrthe Meere

Forensic Psychologist

Dr Meere

Dr Anne Myrthe Meere is a Forensic Psychologist who provides expert evidence in criminal proceedings.

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Dr Meere is an HCPC registered Forensic Psychologist with experience working with adults across a variety of settings. She has worked with both males and females in low and medium secure assessment and rehabilitation wards across NHS and private settings, prisons, community-based settings and court liaison and diversion services (Magistrates and Crown Court). She has worked with individuals with complex presentations and mental health needs, including personality disorder, psychosis, major mood disorders and neurodevelopmental disorders. She is familiar with a wide range of forensic risk assessments and psychometrics, including those assessing psychopathology, cognitive functioning, sexual and violence risk and personality.

Dr Meere is currently working on a Low Secure Admissions ward for men and in a Specialist Community Forensic Team. Her role on the Low Secure ward involves providing a variety of psychological assessments, including assessing risk of violence, personality and cognitive functioning. Her role in the community also involves providing assessment and individual therapy sessions to forensic patients.

Experience of giving evidence

Dr Meere has undertaken training with Bond Solon in relation to giving evidence in criminal proceedings.


Languages spoken

  • English – Fluent
  • Dutch – Advanced

Case undertaken

  • Violent offending
  • Sexual offending
  • Cognitive assessments
  • Assessment of psychological difficulties

Specialist assessments offered

  • HCR-20 to assess risk of violence
  • RSVP to assess risk of sexual violence
  • Structured Assessment of Protective Factors (SAPROF)
  • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV) to assess cognitive functioning
  • MCMI-IV (Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory) to assess clinical syndromes and personality in adults
  • Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) to assess positive and negative symptoms of psychosis
  • Paulhus Deception Scale (PDS)
  • Stalking Risk Profile (SRP) to assess and manage stalking risk.


  • Meere, M., & Egan, V. (2017). Everyday sadism, the Dark Triad, personality, and disgust sensitivity. Personality and Individual Differences112, 157-161.


Dr Meere is based in London but is able to travel. She can undertake remote and face to face assessments. She can produce a report within 14 working days following assessment.

Qualifications & Professional memberships


  • Professional Doctorate in Forensic Psychology (Top-Up), University of Nottingham (2023)
  • MSc in Forensic and Criminological Psychology, University of Nottingham (2016)
  • BSc in Psychology, University of Exeter (2015)


  • Excellence in Report Writing, Bond Solon (2024)
  • Courtroom Skills, Bond Solon (2024)
  • Criminal Law and Procedure, Bond Solon (2024)


  • Member of the Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC)
  • Member of National Organisation for the Treatment of Abuse (NOTA)

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