Our Services

We offer a range of services, including:

  • Multi-disciplinary assessments to offer a robust diagnosis for those who may have a dissociative disorder and to suggest options for treatment. This includes a full psychotherapeutic interview and SCID-D diagnostic assessment. A psychiatric consultation is available when required.
  • Specialist psychotherapy for individuals, couples or families, on an intensive or non-intensive basis.
  • Training and support for local health and social care professionals working with people who have dissociative disorders.
  • Lectures, seminars and training events for charitable organisations and others in related fields.
  • Forensic and court work, including risk assessments.

We are an independent provider to the NHS and treat the majority of our patients via NHS referral, which is usually made by a patient’s GP or an NHS consultant psychiatrist in their local area.


“In the system there was no understanding or help for people that were dissociated and certainly not the level of support offered by the clinic. The clinic understood what I was going through and even supported my family. Their approach made all the difference and I never felt as if I was alone. Most importantly I felt believed and knowing that made all the difference.  Home visits were made to me as I found traveling difficult and these were very much appreciated by myself and my family. I also received telephone support in between home sessions. Without the help offered by the clinic I wouldn’t have been able to make the progress that I did and nor would I be where I am today.”  A patient’s view

“From a parent’s point of view I too felt alone as there was no help or understanding in the “system”. Every avenue we took as a family to try and get help for our daughter had the same outcome….no betterness for our daughter. After reading a book I found the clinic and we could finally see light at the end of the tunnel. Their advice, support, visits, and telephone consultations were invaluable. And set my daughter on her road to recovery, long may it continue.”  A parent’s view