About our BPD Assessment and Diagnosis Service in Buckinghamshire
Professional, Confidential, and Understanding BPD Assessments
Reviewed by Consultant Director, Lorna Wykes.
Here at Home Counties Therapy we’re able to provide assessments and diagnosis for Borderline Personality Disorder and EUPD at our clinic in Buckinghamshire. Every assessment will be carried out in a comfortable, confidential and understanding environment with a qualified member of our expert therapeutic team.
Why COnsider Booking A Private BPD Assessment?
For Clarity, Speed, and Direction On How To move Forward with a BPD Diagnosis
You or a loved one might be experiencing symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder which has started to negatively impact their life and the people around them. Or you could already be on a waiting list for a diagnosis through the NHS.
We find many people come to us for a private assessment because they want to find out what they are really dealing with. This then allows them to start receiving the right therapy and support that will allow them to effectively manage their symptoms, understand their condition, and live a happy and fulfilling life again.
How we access for Borderline Personality Disorder
Our qualified psychiatriatric clinicians carry out our assessments in accordance with The DSM V BPD criteria. During an assessment you will be taken through a non-judgemental series of questions and discussion points.
The following questions are a few examples which might feel a bit daunting, however, during your assessment your therapist will guide you through each one step by step with compassion, guidance, and understanding.
Our Clinic Environment
Where we carry out our Borderline Personality Disorder Assessments
Your borderline personality disorder assessment can take place in the comfort of our clinic located in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. It’s a comfortable, private, and safe place for you to be open and honest about your circumstances during your assessment.
However, if visiting our clinic is not an option for you, our team are able to carry out assessments from the comfort of your own home, through online video call, or any other location which is confidential and convenient for you.
What to do after receiving your assessment results, what support is available?
Receiving a diagnosis for borderline personality disorder can come with a lot of different emotions and feelings. Some people find relief in knowing their suspicions were correct and it can provide some understanding as to why they present certain behaviours. On the other hand, others can find it harder to adjust to.
However you feel after the assessment, please be assured that you will already be in contact with some of the best support you can access for borderline personality disorder.
Our team is able to formulate a support plan that you can work with. All of our support plans take into account your current circumstances, ensuring what is offered is realistic, workable, and manageable for you.
If you would like to continue working with us for support, we’re able to enroll you in our Dialectical Behavioural Therapy programme. This is the gold standard according to NICE guidelines and is the leading therapy for borderline personality disorder.
You’ll also have the option of working with a therapist on a 1 – 1 basis, receiving support outside of our clinic, and out of hours phone support.
How much does a Private Borderline Personality Disorder Assessment cost and what does this cover?
Our private assessments and diagnosis for borderline personality disorder at our clinic in Buckinghamshire start from £700.
Assessments are typically carried out over a two day period, with each session lasting approximately 1.5 hours. During these sessions your clinician will go through your background history and complete a comfortable, supportive, and understanding semi-structured interview which at each diagnostic area for BPD.
Frequently Asked Questions About Our BPD Assessment Service
Get Assessed for Borderline Personality Disorder
If you're ready to take the next step, here's how to book an appointment with our team
Booking an assessment is quick, simple, and confidential. We recommend booking an initial complimentary call with our team before booking an assessment. This allows you to ask any questions you might have beforehand.
You will then be able to book your assessment at the end of the call.
Please use the contact form to request a complimentary call back from our clinical admin team and they will get in contact within 24 hours using your preferred contact method.