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Psychology in Probation

 What help do you offer?

​The aim of the service is to support you and your probation officer to gain a shared understanding of you. They can then begin to help you plan for your future.

This service is for people where aspects of their personality may relate to their offending and why they commit serious offences.

Just because you have been referred to this service does not mean that you have a personality disorder. If you do have a diagnosed personality disorder, this service aims to help you make sense of this and what it means for you. This service aims to reduce the chances of you committing offences in the future.

The team is made up of experienced probation officers, a clinical psychologist and a psychological therapist.

Your probation officer is likely to be your only contact point to this team. Occasionally you may be offered a direct assessment with someone from the therapy team, if there is a particular clinical need.

What conditions do you treat?

Personality disorder

What age range does this service treat?

18 years and over

What geographical area does this service cover?

Norfolk and Suffolk


 Contacting the service

​In the first instance, any questions you have should be directed to your probation officer who will do their best to find out the answers for you.


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