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 wellbeing programme to support your overall health and wellbeing to complement our other therapy treatments.
Treatment options at Nightingale Hospital
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.
Conditions we treat
General mental health problems
Mental health problems can affect anyone. Around one in four people in Britain suffer from a mental health issue, and range from common mental health problems, such as depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety and stress, to more rare problems such as schizophrenia and psychosis.
Addiction is defined as not having control over doing, taking or using something to the point where it could be harmful to you physically and psychologically. The addictive behaviour or substance over stimulates the reward pathways in the brain resulting in pleasure and critically avoiding negative emotions. The brain function of self-regulation is diminished and control becomes almost impossible. An addiction can rapidly impact an individual’s health, relationships, finances and cause social and legal problems. At Nightingale Hospital, we treat a broad range of behavioural, alcohol and substance addictions.
Eating disorders are abnormal eating habits associated with psychological factors. Individuals are so preoccupied with food and weight that they can focus on little else. Insufficient or excessive food intake leads to the detriment of the individual’s physical and mental health that can have life-threatening consequences.
Aftercare and on-going 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/or 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 services are 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 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