Tony Maden forensic psychiatrist with a particular interest in violence risk assessment and the treatment of personality disorder. He trained at the Maudsley hospital and the Institute of Psychiatry and was an honorary consultant and clinical director of forensic services at the Maudsley. Since 1999 he has been professor of forensic psychiatry at Imperial College London and was lead clinician for the Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder (DSPD) Directorate at West London Mental Health Trust & Broadmoor Hospital for 8 years. He now works in independent practice.
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