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Consultant Psychiatrist

Western Health and Social Services Trust


Forensic Psychiatrist


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www.thepost.ie

Earlier, Dr Ian Bownes, a consultant psychiatrist with the Western Health and Social Services Trust in Northern Ireland, gave evidence. He told the jury that Seamus was "suffering from a mental disorder and a significant brain abnormality" at the time of the alleged murder.Previously, the court heard that a scan revealed damage to Seamus' brain. Dr Bownes said that this "brain lesion", as well as a number of tests carried out, means that Seamus has a number of "deficits" including an "abnormally low threshold for discharging aggression and an abnormally limited ability to appropriately contain negative feelings".He said that Seamus' inhibitory mechanisms are "not as well refined and functioning as others of his age".


www.impartialreporter.com

Defence solicitor Conor Heaney explained that Dr. Ian Bownes, a forensic psychiatrist, had compiled a report on Bussell's fitness to plead to the charge.
He said he had given a copy of the report to the prosecution and it was continuing to pursue the charge against Bussell.


uk.news.yahoo.com

Earlier, Dr Ian Bownes, a consultant psychiatrist with the Western Health and Social Services Trust in Northern Ireland, gave evidence.He told the jury that Seamus was "suffering from a mental disorder and a significant brain abnormality" at the time of the alleged murder.Previously, the court heard that a scan revealed damage to Seamus' brain.Dr Bownes said that this "brain lesion", as well as a number of tests carried out, means that Seamus has a number of "deficits" including an "abnormally low threshold for discharging aggression and an abnormally limited ability to appropriately contain negative feelings".He said that Seamus' inhibitory mechanisms are "not as well refined and functioning as others of his age".


www.careappointments.co.uk

Consultant forensic psychiatrist, Dr Ian Bownes, works with teenagers and children who are displaying inappropriate sexual behaviour.
He said the results from the treatment outweighed the cost. "The cost of the private treatment centres is usually money well spent, although they will also require an extensive follow-up programme when they come back," he said.


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Dr Ian Bownes, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Northern Ireland


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