Service User Network (SUN) service
We can help if you’re living with an emotionally unstable personality disorder, or if you’re struggling with different parts of your personality such as your emotions, impulsivity, self-worth, or relationships.
We provide help through our community peer support groups across Berkshire.
You can access our service, whether you have a formal diagnosis or not.
We can help if you’re living with an emotionally unstable personality disorder, or if you’re struggling with different parts of your personality.
It may be that you’re having difficulties with relationships, being impulsive, or managing your emotions.
Our aim is to support you in the community and reduce the need for further intervention from crisis services.
Peer support groups
We offer support through peer groups, which means people helping others by using their own experiences as a guide for others.
All our group members are valued as experts because of their experiences. Becoming part of our groups means you can get the support you need and have the opportunity to help others by sharing your own experiences.
Our service is suitable if you’re comfortable talking with others in group settings.
We do this through several different ways, such as:
- Supporting you to learn the different coping skills that can help you through difficult times
- Introducing you to support groups in communities across Berkshire
- Guiding you to other services we work with if we think it will help you if required
In each group we’ll ask you to check in and check out, which will help us better understand how you’re feeling what you hope to get from the sessions each time you attend.
In your first two sessions we’ll support you to develop a crisis and support plan.
Please get in touch if you would like to try a group session with us.
You must be aged 18 and over, live in Berkshire, and be registered with a GP in Berkshire.
You can join SUN whether you have a formal personality disorder diagnosis or not, even if you’re being supported by another service.
You can access and self refer yourself to us. Contact our team to find out more.
Call 0300 365 8000
You can contact us by calling or emailing.
Call 0300 365 8000
University of Reading
Earley Gate, Whiteknights Road
Our team is available for contact at the following opening times.
|Day of the week||Opening times|
|Monday||9am to 5pm|
|Tuesday||9am to 5pm|
|Wednesday||9am to 5pm|
|Thursday||9am to 5pm|
|Friday||9am to 5pm|
Our mental health teams and services, including Talking Therapies, are available if you need support.
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