"The K.U.F raising awareness about personalty disorder "

About: South London And Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust / Forensic mental health

(as the patient),

After I left the Tony Hillis unit at Lambeth Hospital my life has gone on to be very rich and rewarding and with the help and continued support of the staff of the F.I.P.T.S community team at Landor House.

I now help train the very staff that looked after me when I was a patient at the Tony Hillis unit I am involved with the K.U.F raising awareness about personalty disorder and I get paid for it as well.

I really enjoy it it has given me so much I feel like a real person I can now contribute to society instead of being a burden I love doing this work I see it as a continuation of my therapy in some ways as part of my rehabilitation back into a healthy life I am so grateful to the staff both at Lambeth and the Bethlam royal.

My thanks is so inadequate really I just can't express in words just how grateful I am I love all of those guys they really have given me a new lease of life Thank you.

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