Personality Disorders

Melizza Moore made this Freedom of Information request to Royal College of Psychiatrists
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Dear Royal College of Psychiatrists,

I would like to know how many mothers have been diagnosed as having a variant form of Personality Disorder in the past twenty years ?

Under the same umbrella diagnostics , how many mothers have been diagnosed with Narcissistic and Histrionic Personality Disorders in the past twenty years ?

How many mothers have been diagnosed as having Munchausen Syndrome, MSPb/FII in the past twenty years ?

Yours faithfully,

Melizza Moore

Dear Royal College of Psychiatrists,

By law this FOI is overdue now , "yer late" , get a wriggle on , chop chop please. :)

Yours faithfully,

Melizza Moore

James Moore left an annotation ()

Get thee glass eyes, and, like a scurvy politician, seem to see things thou dost not.
- King Lear

Dear Royal College of Psychiatrists,

By law , this FOI is now very overdue , I would like to know why it is taking so long to return the answers that I seek .

Yours faithfully,

Melizza Moore

Dear Royal College of Psychiatrists,

This FOI is extremely overdue . I am going to request an internal review into what is taking so long to answer my perfectly legitimate questions.

Yours faithfully,

Melizza Moore

Sarah Knight left an annotation ()

Dear Melizza,

This is a rather interesting request and would have been very helpful if RCPsych had responded. I hope they do respond.

S. Knight

Melizza Moore left an annotation ()

Aye , it is very interesting . Me thinks that too many women out there have been slapped with this label . They possibly do not know the answer or I am "on" to something.
There are cases that women have been linked to this and used in a court of law. It's too easy to label somebody with a Personality Disorder .

Sarah Knight left an annotation ()

Dear Melizza,

Please kindly write a letter regarding the above and send it by Royal Mail Special Delivery to:

Prof Sue Bailey
President
The Royal College of Psychiatrists
17 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8PG

They are the professional body for Psychiatrists in this country, and such have a duty to the public. Best practice is for them to provide you with some form of credible and clear response on the matter you have raised which is within the remits of psychiatry.

You could also write to the GMC.

Regards,

S. Knight.

Sarah Knight left an annotation ()

By the way, have you requested an internal review of your request on here? If you haven't, you should also do so along with that hard copy letter.

Melizza Moore left an annotation ()

Thank you so much for your advice and the address . I will do this . Thanks again

Melizza Moore left an annotation ()

The Royal College of Psychiatrists have not returned the answer to my perfectly legitimate question . I cannot think of a valid reason , why they would not answered the question, of how many women have been "diagnosed" by an expert witness in the past twenty years with Personality Disorders.

It is quite disturbing to discover , that many court cases in the past two decades , have resulted in a diagnosis of "Personality Disorder". I am led to believe that this is an Umbrella Description. Therefore it is too easy to label somebody with a Personality Disorder .Of this I seek the answers. So I will ask the question again . See the original question below.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is
available on the Internet at this address:
http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/pe...

Yours Faithfully

Melizza Moore