Jemma Wayman

About Jemma

Jemma has a background in forensic psychology and has worked as a full-time intermediary since 2016. Her experience includes (but is not limited to) working with individuals on the Autistic Spectrum (including Asperger’s Syndrome), learning disability and difficulty, mild-moderate mental health conditions, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and very young children. Jemma has worked in both criminal and family courts across the UK and is skilled at simplifying complex vocabulary, court procedure and legal jargon.


  • ADHD
  • OCD
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder (including Asperger’s Syndrome)
  • Learning Disability or Difficulties
  • Dyslexia, working with young children (as young as 5)
  • Teenagers, and Young Adults
  • Depression and/or Anxiety, mild-moderate mental health concerns.

Training & Education


MSc in Forensic Psychology, Teesside University, 2016

BSc in Psychology, Bangor University, 2013


Forensic Questioning of Children, Triangle, 2017

Appropriate Adult UK, Durham Constabulary, 2017

Intermediary Development Programme, Triangle, 2016

Support Worker at Aycliffe Secure Unit, Young Offenders, 2015

Safeguarding of Children and Young Adults, 2015