You may have a formal diagnosis of a particular condition or set of conditions.  You may have completed a self-assessment.  You may not want an assessment at all.  Or you may come to use this opportunity to consider further your presentation – now may be the moment. It matters not, but ensuring the best quality information is available always counts in both criminal and mental health law. If you would like help with assessment or diagnoses then we routinely support this as part of our casework, and a present understanding of a previously undiagnosed or misdiagnosed condition can often be important in criminal justice matters.

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