Halliwick Personality Disorder Service

We provide comprehensive assessment and treatment for people between the ages of 18 - 65, with complex personality difficulties.

Contact details

Halliwick Unit 
St Ann's Hospital 
St Ann's Road
London
N15 3TH

Tel: 020 8702 6200

Stream Lead: Tracey James
Manager: Jackie Pickup

Who we are

We are a multi-skilled team of nurses, doctors and psychological therapists, who all work together, to help understand individual psychological needs.

The service provides comprehensive assessment and treatment programmes for service users between the ages of 18 and 65, with complex personality difficulties.

What we offer

The Service has teams based in the boroughs of Haringey and Enfield, which provide:

  • a comprehensive assessment service for personality disorder
  • a twelve-week psycho-educational group treatment programme
  • an intensive outpatient programme of group and individual psychotherapy plus psychiatric review, for a period of 18 months
  • Individualised follow-up programmes for patients treated within the unit

In addition, the service in Haringey includes:

  • an outpatient programme of weekly group and monthly individual psychotherapy, plus psychiatric review, for individuals with a diagnosis of Antisocial Personality Disorder, for a period of up to one year;

Who is the service for?

For people between the ages of 18 and 65, with complex personality difficulties living in Enfield and Haringey. The service can help individuals who have difficulty in understanding their emotional responses to situations, and whose moods fluctuate readily and seemingly without explanation.  We can also help those who have difficulty in reading other people’s responses towards them, and are often mistrustful, feeling people are mainly motivated by bad intent.

What are the next stages to recovery?

Before the end of the programmes, therapists work with service users to review their progress and their care needs.  Follow-on care and treatment is then planned carefully and organised on an individual needs.

How you can access our service

Referrals can be made by any health professional working with the service user, including GP's, inpatient and home treatment teams and non-medical clinicians such as nurses and Occupational Therapists and probation officers.

Referrals can be made through Intake, or through the Personality Disorder Liaison Service that works directly with the Inpatient and Home Treatment Teams.

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