Overview of our services at Nightingale Hospital
Mental health disorders take many different forms, affecting the way you behave, feel and think. Undertaking mental health treatment and therapy can be confusing and overwhelming and we understand you may feel anxious, upset and fearful. We offer an extensive number of evidence-based therapy treatments to help you address your problems and difficult feelings.
Mental health treatment at Nightingale Hospital
We have a holistic approach to helping people through specific mental health treatment, including group therapy, family therapy and individual therapy options. We have developed a unique physical health and well-being programme to support your overall health and well-being to complement our other therapy treatments.
These can be accessed through:
Within a confidential and safe environment, we provide specifically tailored treatment programmes. These are underpinned by the understanding that every person is unique and faces their own challenges.
Mental health conditions we treat at Nightingale Hospital
Our specialists are able to treat the full spectrum of acute mental health conditions.
General mental health conditions: Including but not limited to Adult ADHD, anger problems, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), bereavement, bipolar disorder, body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), depression, memory problems, mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic attacks, personality disorders, phobias, postnatal depression, psychosexual difficulties, psychosis, relationship and interpersonal difficulties, schizophrenia, self-harm, sleep disorders, stress, suicidal feelings, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and work-related stress disorder.
Addiction: Including alcohol addiction, drug addiction (such as amphetamine, benzodiazepine, cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, opiates and addiction to prescription and pain medication), behavioural addictions (including gambling, technology and sex and love addictions.
Mental health treatments we provide
Our specialists provide evidence-based treatments and therapies, including:
We also offer repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and a nasal spray treatment for those with treatment-resistant depression.
Medication may also be prescribed by your consultant psychiatrist and can be obtained through the hospital’s on-site pharmacy.
Choosing the right medication, medication dose, and treatment plan is based on a person’s individual needs and medical situation, and under a consultant psychiatrist’s care.
Aftercare and ongoing support
To help with the transition from an inpatient to life outside the hospital, we provide free groups for one year following the conclusion of inpatient treatment and day therapy programmes.
Existing aftercare members are incredibly friendly and welcoming of new faces. It can be very useful to people resuming their everyday activities and responsibilities, such as work and socialising, to get support from other members who are going through or have gone through similar experiences.
Attendance is open to all patients, who have been discharged from inpatient or day-patient therapy at Nightingale within the last year.
Nightingale Hospital London’s mental health treatment is confidential and staff will not disclose/reveal personal information about clients to anyone outside of the service without requesting your consent beforehand. However, subject to the following exceptions there may be occasions where it may be appropriate to do so:
- Where the member of staff has the express consent to disclose the information or data to a third party
- Where the member of staff would be liable to civil or criminal court proceedings if the information was not disclosed. In such circumstances consent to disclose the information will be obtained if at all possible
- If the member of staff has the sufficient concern to determine that the client is at risk – either from their own actions or from the actions of others
- If there is sufficient concern for the well-being of the patient
- Where others may be at risk