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Severe and Enduring Eating
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Acute Eating Disorder Treatment
0208 906 0885
Live your life, not the disorder
- 10:05 - 20 May 2013
- Andy Warner gives us his professional view of what an eating disorder steals from a sufferer. Probably anyone you ask would give an opinion on what an eating disorder steals from you, and at least get part way with an answer. Alterna… View more info
- 16:05 - 07 May 2013
- There can be little worse in life than having to watch as your child slowly wastes away, or binges themselves to oblivion. The feelings of impotence and uncertainty, as any attempt at intervention is thwarted by the child, are hard to bear, partic… View more info
- 11:03 - 25 March 2013
- Personality disorders are often mentioned alongside eating disorders but just how common is it? A significant number of people having eating disorder treatment also have a diagnosis of personality disorder. Research studies have indicated that any… View more info
Eating Disorder Treatment and Care
Our three centres work together to achieve the best outcome for you, offering both Acute and Severe and enduring treatment and care.
If a young person is suffering from an eating disorder and they need access to acute care, it means that their physical and mental health has dramatically deteriorated in a short period of time. Typically, the young person has not responded to treatment in the community.
Rhodes Farm, quietly nestled near the heart of Mill Hill, North London, was the first clinic to specialise in Eating Disorders in Children, as well as adolescents. Providing acute care for physically compromised children, Rhodes Farm offers a dynamic Consultant led multi-disciplinary team approach in a homely, nurturing environment. Rhodes Farm delivers Individual Treatment Plans to both boys and girls, and is one of the only providers in the country to provide successful treatment for eating disorders and obesity to children in the 8-12 year old age bracket. Read more.
An eating disorder is considered severe and enduring when the person has suffered from the disorder for a number of years. They have often neglected other areas of their life, and their identity has become synonymous with their illness.
Althea Park House and Ashleigh House are residential treatment centres in the south of Gloucestershire that offer highly specialised Eating Disorder Therapy and care for clients experiencing severe and enduring eating disorders and obesity. Catering for males and females aged 15 , and having a dynamic understanding of teenage eating disorders, levels of complexity and associated disorders, the centres help clients to find a positive sense of identity outside of their eating disorder. This approach facilitates a recovery outside of hospital and makes independent living possible in the most severe of cases. Read more.
Live your life, not the disorder
Our eating disorder services are well established and highly regarded by our service users, their families, healthcare professionals and commissioners throughout the UK. We have a deep understanding of the all-consuming nature of eating disorders for both the service user, and those that care for them.
Our central goal, which is at the heart of our Eating Disorder treatment ethos and present in all three of our centres, is for you, and the people who care for you, to live your lives, and not the disorder.
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