We offer a range of easy to access services to increase knowledge, understanding and support for people living in the community with complex emotional needs or personality disorder.

These services are targeted at people seeking help, their carers and professionals working in primary care, social care and third sector organisations who are involved in providing treatment and support. The services are:

Service User Network (SUN): This offers regular support groups for people with complex emotional needs or personality disorder. These groups are facilitated by peer support workers and clinicians.

Managing Emotions Programme: This offers a tailored course for carers to help them support a person with complex emotional needs. The course provides coping strategies that support the carer as well as the person that is being cared for.

Psychologically Informed Consultation and Training (PICT): This provides GPs and professionals working across Primary care, social care and third sector organisations with expert support to help them work effectively with people who have complex emotional needs or personality disorder.

More information about these services and how to apply for them is provided below.