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Personality Disorder Clinical Network

The Leeds Personality Disorder Managed Clinical Network is a city wide multiagency and multidisciplinary service that aims to work effectively with people who present with personality disorder, complexity of need and significant risk issues. It provides a range of different services to meet the needs of people at the varying stages of their journey in the recovery process. These interventions include:

  • Care co-ordination
  • Journey
  • KUF Awareness level training on personality disorder
  • DBT


The range of interventions available from the Personality Disorder Clinical Network are only available at present to service users living in the Leeds area and registered with a Leeds GP.

How to contact us

Leeds Personality Disorder Clinical Network Unit 24, The Sugar Refinery Sugar Mill Business Park, Oakhurst Avenue Leeds, LS11 7DF

Office number: 0113 8557950, 8557951, 8557952 Fax number: 0113 8557953

Tom Mullen - Clinical Director

Sharon Prince - Lead Clinician Psychological Therapies & Consultant Clinical & Forensic Psychologist

Jamie Scott - Clinical Service Manager

Ellen Scroop - Acting Clinical Team Manager

Sara Demaine - Adult Psychotherapist

Julie Walker - Support Service Team Leader

Downloads

Please see the following links for information on each of the services:

 

Regional Pathway Development Service 

  • The Pathway Development Service (PDS) is commissioned by the Regional Secure Services Commissioning Team and is expected to work across the Yorkshire and Humber region to improve service response for people with personality disorder. Please click here for more information.
  • Useful links

    www.emergenceplus.org.uk Emergence is a service user-led organisation supporting all people affected by personality disorder including service users, carers, family and friends and professionals. The website has useful information on personality disorder, as well as a number of events that service users may want to become involved with.

    www.personalitydisorder.org.uk This site can be used to find out more about the different types of personality disorder and what the diagnosis means. Also keep up with the latest news about what is happening in the world of personality disorder.

    www.nice.org.uk On this website you will find a number of guidelines with recommended "good practice" for working with individuals with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder and Anti-Social Personality Disorder. There is also a booklet available on this website called: Borderline Personality Disorder: Understanding Nice Guidelines - information for people who use NHS service.

    www.personalitypathways.co.uk This site provides service and referral information for The Pathway Development Service (PDS) is commissioned by the Regional Secure Services Commissioning Team which works across the Yorkshire and Humber region to improve service response for people with personality disorder.