Schoen Clinic York offers patients with complex personality and dissociative identity disorders expert assessment and bespoke, outcome- focused treatment packages in a discrete, safe and therapeutic environment. This includes:
We treat every person as a partner in their care, tailoring our approach to their individual needs and providing an enabling environment for their recovery. We recognise that much of a patients’ recovery will take place within their own community setting and as such start discharge planning from admission, liaising with specialist local care services throughout the patients’ stay and afterwards to seamlessly plan their discharge and onward care.
Care is delivered in a clinically phased treatment approach:
Phase 1: Assessment, formulation, engagement, care planning and safety.
Phase 2: Developing personal understanding, skills and resilience.
Phase 3: Discharge, onward care planning and transferring skills.
We use an intensive relational approach, with 1:1 work and group programmes. In addition, the following therapeutic approaches are used to address specific common areas of difficulty and delivered in ways most appropriate to the patient:
We, at Schoen Clinic, are internationally renowned for our award winning approach to outcome measurement. We rigorously collect, measure and analyse patient outcome data to drive the continuous improvement of our care and services. Our aim is to give every patient the prospect of a better quality of life and on discharge we expect:
Patients need to be referred to the service by a healthcare professional. For patients not currently working with a health professional, we would recommend you visit your GP who is the person best positioned to help you get support.