What is a personality disorder?
A person with a personality disorder thinks, feels, behaves or relates to others very differently from the average person.
Support for personality disorder in Plymouth
Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD, Focus is a safe space for sharing experiences of living with a personality disorder.
The group members meet once a week with Amy, the group facilitator, to discuss topics (e.g. self-sabotage, confrontation, abandonment, guilt and shame) and offer support to each other through talking and listening in an open environment.
Our meetings take place once a week, for 2 hours, in the Centre Court building on Exeter Street, Plymouth.
The session starts first and foremost with teas and coffees before taking seats in a circle.
Then group members are given the opportunity to share positive and negative aspects that they experienced that week.
Next an agreed topic will be discussed by Amy and experiences and advice will be shared amongst the group.
For further information about the group and joining, please contact Amy.