Our Treatment Options

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Nightingale Hospital

Treatment Options

The experience of researching, arranging and attending mental health treatment may leave you feeling upset, anxious, even fearful, but you can be assured we will support you throughout. We provide a number of flexible treatments options to suit your needs so that you can feel comfortable in making choices.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment involves one to one appointments with a consultant psychiatrist or therapist. Outpatient therapy is available in Marylebone and the heart of the City moments from Bank, Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations.

We offer outpatient therapy treatment in highly convenient and discrete dedicated therapy centres in Marylebone and in the heart of the City of London. This allows flexible, quick and easy access to therapy treatment with outpatient appointments available between 8am and 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am and 2pm on Saturdays.

Inpatient Treatment

We have specialist inpatient treatment for adult for General Psychiatry, Addiction, Eating Disorders. We also have inpatient treatment for Young People.

We offer inpatient therapy treatment in highly convenient and discrete dedicated hospital for both, adult and young people, situated in Marylebone, in Central London.

Day Therapy Treatment

Day Therapy treatment involves a free assessment where a personalised programme will be devised between our coordinator and the patient. A recommended programme may consist of full days, half days or a selection of different groups and one to one therapy sessions.

We offer day therapy treatment in highly convenient and discrete dedicated therapy centre in Marylebone.

Treatment at Nightingale Hospital

Nightingale Therapy provides evidence based treatments that are recommended by NICE in Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered settings ensuring the service is safe, caring, effective, responsive and well led from London’s leading mental health provider.

“I have always found the Nightingale Hospital to be very helpful and prompt in their responses to enquiries or referrals. They offer a wide variety of Psychological and Psychiatric approaches and disciplines, which means that the client can have therapy or an intervention that is tailored to their individual needs. This is something that I feel is particularly important in the field of mental health and psychological distress.”

GP and Health Assessment Doctor, Nuffield

BACP Accredited – what does it mean for patients?

Nightingale Hospital London is the first acute mental health hospital to have been formally accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) for its counselling and psychotherapy treatment and services.

BACP Accreditation means that patients can be assured that after stringent evaluation of the hospital, Nightingale therapy services meet the highest levels of clinical governance, delivery and clinical outcomes. Patient feedback, evaluation and patient involvement are at the forefront of continuously developing these services.

Nightingale Hospital is BACP Accredited Service

Broadest range of specialists and therapeutic interventions in one place

Nightingale Hospital London has over 90 therapists, clinical psychologists and psychotherapists. We offer a comprehensive range of therapeutic interventions from expert, fully registered and accredited therapists so that you can be assured of the highest standards of care.

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Patient centred service

The Lead Therapists at Nightingale Hospital London evaluate each referral in conjunction with the extensive expertise within the Therapy Services Department. This is to establish successful patient/therapist partnerships and achieve the most effective therapeutic relationships.

We offer outpatient therapy treatment in highly convenient and discrete dedicated therapy centres in Marylebone and in the heart of the City of London. This allows flexible, quick and easy access to therapy treatment with outpatient appointments available between 8am and 9pm Monday to Friday and 9am and 2pm on Saturdays to fit with every schedule.

 

 

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