Review decision date: February 2014

Review decision: 

Following consultation with stakeholders this guideline has now been placed on the static list.

Next review date: TBC

Antisocial personality disorder is the name given to a condition that affects a person's thoughts, emotions and behaviour. Antisocial means behaving in a way that is disruptive to, and may be harmful to, other people.

The advice in the NICE guideline covers:

  • The care, treatment and support that people with antisocial personality disorder and their families or carers should be offered
  • The care and treatment that children with conduct problems and their families or carers should be offered.

It does not specifically look at:

  • Treatments not normally available in the NHS or prison health services.

This guideline was previously called antisocial personality disorder: treatment, management and prevention.

March 2013: Recommendations,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and have been removed from this guideline. See changes after publication for further details.

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