28 February 2017

Bristol Mental Health appoints new Personality Disorder Clinical Lead

Louise Johnson

Bristol Mental Health (BMH) has appointed a new Personality Disorder Clinical Lead to improve the experience of people with personality disorders using services in Bristol.

Louise Johnson began the role this month on a year's secondment and will be leading the development of a stepped care pathway across BMH for individuals who experience difficulties associated with personality disorder. This pathway involves people typically being provided the least intensive intervention first and supporting them to step up or down the pathway according to their changing needs and in response to their treatment.

In her new role Louise will also be looking at how services can improve access, care pathways and support for people with personality disorders as well as supporting and enabling those working with this client group.

"I am very excited to join Bristol Mental Health in this new venture," says Louise.

Louise has significant experience working in mental health and with individuals with personality disorders, having worked for Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust for 14 years and the Trust's Pathfinder Service for five years of this.

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