We believe early access to treatment for eating disorders is crucial to recovery as it breaks the cycle of waiting lists, hospitalisation, and insufficient, inconsistent support.
Authenticity and compassion.
We know how difficult it is to recover from an eating disorder. We recognise that despair, frustration, denial and anger are the real first steps on the path to recovery. In fact, the only way to get people into treatment is to recognise these feelings.
We think that there aren't enough treatment options for people and their families living with eating disorders. We think that the field is missing the 'middle' part of the care pathway where, instead of a restrictive hospital setting, people receive early intervention in a dedicated Intensive Day Treatment programme that takes place alongside your everyday life.
Professional and reassuring.
We know how people with eating disorders get better. We also know it's difficult and hard work. But together, we can support you in finding the tools you need to recover. And we are there for you and your family, every step of the way.
Our homely centre located in central London is a classic Marylebone townhouse with comfortable, contemporary interiors that make the most of the spacious, naturally lit rooms.
We have 12 group and individual therapy rooms spread over 5 storeys. Our unique therapy kitchen and our body-based space and yoga studio all form part of this new, specialist clinical and therapy centre, providing a safe, welcoming and reassuring environment.
Dr Eric Sabine-Johnson
Dr Paul Robinson
Director of Research and Development
Consultant Family Therapist
Registered Mental Health Nurse
Body Image Therapist
Our treatment services are compliant with NICE Guidelines and Royal College of Psychiatrists recommendations. Each one of our therapists is registered and/or accredited with one or more of these organisations, which all undergo strict recruitment and supervision procedures.
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
British Psychological Society
Health and Care Professions Council
British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies
United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy
Association of Family Therapy