Men's Personality Disorder Service

The Peaks Unit - exterior view

We assess and treat male offenders who have been diagnosed with personality disorder as part of the National Offender Personality Disorder Pathway.

The service is based within its own unit at Rampton Hospital which is supported by a Central Resource Building offering space for a range of treatment and therapies as part of each patient's care pathway. The service also has its own Therapies and Education Department, providing education, occupational therapy and a healthy lifestyle programme.

The service aims to help individuals engage in their recovery journey, offer a safe environment which understands trauma histories, reduce offending and build a rewarding life.


The following audio describes how a patient used therapy to move forward.


Contact us

Men's Personality Disorder Service, Rampton Hospital, Woodbeck, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 0PD

Telephone: 01777 248 321


The gym in The Peaks Unit

Help in a crisis

Main Switchboard: 01777 248 321

Adele Fox

Head of Clinical Operations

Telephone: 01777 247299



Information for health professionals

How to refer someone to this service

Please refer via written referral to the Clinical Director.

Lead clinician

Dr John Wallace, Clinical Director

Service commissioned by

NHS England, Midlands and East (East Midlands Hub)