Nightingale Hospital specialises in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental health and emotional disorders using both medical and psychological therapies.

With a trusted team of over 60 consultant psychiatrists and over 100 therapists, we’re able to provide leading support via a range of different services.

Outpatient appointments (either face-to-face or remote via online platforms)

Outpatient treatment involves one-to-one appointments with a consultant psychiatrist, clinical psychologist or therapist; and usually last one hour.

Appointments may take place at any one of our central London locations, including our Main Hospital, adjacent Edward House or Bell Street discreet consulting rooms, our Token House Yard consulting site.

Our robust clinical team can provide outpatient treatment for a variety of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and stress; as well as addictions and eating disorders. This can be treated through a broad range of evidence-based therapies, including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), mindfulness, eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR), repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and other forms of psychotherapy.

Day therapy treatment for general mental health, addictions or eating disorders

Nightingale Hospital day therapy consists of full or half days of therapy sessions. In day therapy, patients take part in the inpatient group therapy programme, either for the treatment of general mental health problems (general psychiatry), addictions or eating disorders. Following the completion of a day therapy programme, the patient will have access to a free weekly aftercare support group held at the hospital, for up to one year.

Inpatient treatment  for general mental health issues, addictions or eating disorders

Nightingale Hospital offers inpatient services for those dealing with acute conditions, needing intensive treatment coupled with 24-hour support and risk monitoring.  This can be essential where a patient poses a serious risk of harm to themselves and/or others. It can also be highly appropriate for patients who find they need further support than outpatient or day therapy can provide. It can be a huge source of emotional support as patients are made to feel safe, nurtured and supported around the clock. Nightingale Hospital London has specialist mental health units for adults across general psychiatry, addictions or eating disorders. A full multidisciplinary team work together to support patients on their recovery journey. Psychiatrists, ward doctors and nurses and an extensive therapy team, which includes psychologists, trauma therapists, counselling psychologists and psychotherapists all have a crucial role in delivering care.

 

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