How our service can help you
Waddon Ward is a Forensic Intensive Psychological Treatment Service (FIPTS). We are a medium secure forensic service.
We provide assessment, treatment and care for male offenders, aged 18-65, who have personality disorders and who may be a risk to themselves and others.
This is a national pilot programme and is available for people from Prison, high secure or medium secure services whose original borough of residence is within the M25.
Our treatment programme includes group-work and one to one therapy sessions. We help people to reduce their aggressive and anti-social behaviour and to improve their relationships. We support people in their development at work, and in education, and help them to live more independently in their communities. We admit people for three to four month assessments before treatment, which typically lasts between one and two years.
This is a specialist service, available to people from across the UK. GPs, consultants, health professionals, referrers, commissioners and members of the public can learn more about our forensic services on our National Forensic Services page.
- Service Borough Covers: National Service for clients within the M25 Treatment type: Inpatient
Contact the serviceSite Location: Bethlem Royal Hospital Known As: River House Email: Diana.Blankson@slam.nhs.uk Phone Number: 020 3228 8429 or 020 3228 8430
A lift provides access to the first floor
Bethlem Royal Hospital
Monks Orchard Road,Beckenham, BR3 3BX
Business Hours/Visiting Hours:
24 hour reception is in operation.
We encourage service users to maintain contact with people who are significant in their lives. Family and friends can visit by prior arrangement with the nurse in charge of the ward.
All visits must be booked at least 24 hours in advance. Two forms of identification must be provided when visiting. Please contact the unit for details of our visiting and security policy.
Monday - Friday 1815 - 1945
Weekends: 1000 - 1145, 1500 - 1645, 1815 - 1945
Monday - Friday 0900 - 1700
- Conditions: Addictions, Anxiety, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Autism, Bipolar disorder, Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), Childhood degenerative disorders, Conduct disorder, Dementia, Depression, Dissociative disorders, Eating disorders, Learning disabilities, Neuropsychiatry, Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), Perinatal disorders, Persistent physical symptoms, Personality disorders, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Psychosexual, Psychosis, Self-harm