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Personality Disorder: A Diagnosis for Inclusion - The Northern Ireland Personality Disorder Strategy - The Way Forward - June 2010

Department of Health, Social Services & Public Safety Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Northern Ireland 0 0000 Policy document community services, mental health treatment, stigma

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This now final Strategy sets out the overall way forward for developing services that will begin to address the complex range of needs of people with personality disorder. Such services should however seek to build on the existing skills and experience of local professionals, including those working within Probation and Prison services, and it is important in this context to recognise the professionals and organisations currently working with people with personality disorders that dedicated personality disorder services, as they develop, will
work alongside.

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