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Forensic Intensive Psychological Treatment Service (Lambeth,Southwark and Wandsworth)

Phone number:
020 3228 6516
Hospital site:
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Address:
Landor House
Lambeth Hospital
108 Landor Road
London
SW9 9NU
Disabled access:

Yes, to Lambeth Hospital

Directorate or department:
Behavioural and Developmental Psychiatry
Care pathway:
Service type:
Forensic Personality Disorder Adult Mental Health Services (Local)
Treatment mode:
Community
This service is for people who live in:
Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth
Summary:
The Forensic Intensive Psychological Treatment Service (FIPTS) was developed in 2004 in partnership with the Ministry of Justice and Department of Health to treat and manage high risk offenders with severe personality disorder. In 2016 FIPTS community team became an Intensive Intervention and Risk Management Service (IIRMS) as part of the National Offender Personality Disorder strategy jointly funded by NHS England and NOMS (National Offender Management Service).

The FIPTS IIRMS Community Team is multi-disciplinary and adopts an evidence based psycho-social approach to working with service users.  As well as helping our clients reduce or stop violent offending we also strive to help improve the quality of their relationships and assist them to achieve success in other important areas such as employment, education and community living. Our main focus is to promote independence and improve the quality of life of all our clients whilst reducing their risk of recidivism.

Referrals are accepted from secure services and probation offices within the appropriate catchment area.

Who is suitable to be referred to FIPTS?
  • Male or female 18 years or older
  • Must be subject to s37/41 of the Mental Health Act or subject to a probation order  and screened in to the Offender Personality Disorder pathway
  • Diagnosis or problematic traits of personality disorder
  • Forensic history of violent and/or sexual offending
  • A willingness to engage in psychological treatment and management
  • Client presenting a high level of risk for future violent and/or sexual offending
  • Functional link between personality disorder and risk for violent and/or sexual offending
  • IQ of 70 or more
  • Catchment areas of Lambeth,Southwark or Wandsworth
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