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National services

Adult services

National services

Adult services

National services

Adult services

National services

Adult services

Eating Disorders Service


Outpatients

  • Assessment with psychiatrist or senior clinician, which includes eating disorder diagnostic interview, general psychiatric evaluation, and medical assessment
  • Formulation of treatment plan agreed with the patient and or others, for example carers and families
  • Stepped model of care for bulimia including specialist guided self-help
  • Group work for bulimia
  • Access to online materials as a means of self help
  • Cognitive analytic therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Motivational enhancement therapy
  • Maudsley model of anorexia nervosa treatment
  • Mentalisation based therapy
  • Cognitive remediation therapy
  • Specialist supportive care therapy
  • Cognitive behavioural informed schema therapy
  • Adapted treatment and care for those with comorbid autism
  • Occupational therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Carers skills workshops to enable continuation of recovery at home
  • Specialist dietetics
  • Multidisciplinary input
  • Liaison with outside agencies
  • SEED Clinic for severe and enduring eating disorders unmanageable in primary care due to high risk

Day services

  • Assessment to assess suitability for treatment. Day services is suitable for outpatients who require more intensive support or for inpatient patients who require a step-down service
  • Formulation of a treatment plan agreed with the patient and or others, for example carers and families
  • Individual therapy this may be under outpatients contract or within day services depending on which stream of day services is being attended
  • Assessment of daily living skills
  • Group based programme utilising various therapeutic models such as dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), psychodynamic, motivational interviewing, and emotional and social mind
  • Relationship building
  • Specialist dietetics
  • Liaison with outside agencies, for example social services
  • Nutritional rehabilitation
  • Provision of skills based therapeutic programme
  • Occupational therapy
  • Multidisciplinary input
  • Monthly review of progress
  • Peer mentoring