Our highly specialised outpatient clinic for mental health in London provides help and treatment for patients suffering with eating disorders and anxiety and mood disorders.
At our Chelsea mental health clinic, we understand that everyone who comes through our doors experiences mental health problems in a different way. That’s why our treatment is tailored to the needs of both our patients and their families and is based on the latest clinical research.
We use a mixture of one-to-one therapy, group therapies and intensive day treatment programmes for eating disorders and anxiety and mood disorders at Schoen Clinic Chelsea to get you on the road to recovery in the most effective way for the type of person you are.
What conditions do we offer help and treatment for at our London mental health clinic?
- Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder, ARFID)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) / Attention Deficity Disorder (ADD) diagnosis assessments with Dr Tara Tofiq - ADHD is a condition characterised by restlessness and difficulty concentrating.
- Bipolar affective disorder - a mental health problem that alters your moods and causes them to swing from one extreme to the other.
- Body dysmorphia - also known as body dysmorphic disorder, is a mental health condition in which you excessively worry about your appearance.
- Burnout - a type of exhaustion brought on by a persistent feeling of being overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to keep up with life's incessant demands.
- Depression - a common and significant medical condition that has a negative impact on how you feel, think, and behave.
- Digital and internet addiction - is a brain disorder marked by excessive internet use that has a negative impact on the sufferer's life.
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) - is defined as having frequent or unmanageable anxieties about a wide range of topics in your daily life.
- Health anxiety - also known as illness anxiety disorder or hypochondriasis, is characterised by an excessive fear of being or becoming dangerously ill.
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) - a mental health condition in which a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours.
- Panic disorder - you may live in constant fear of having a panic attack. Panic attacks are intense feelings of dread that occur for no apparent reason.
- Phobias - a form of anxiety in which a person has an intense, irrational fear of a situation, living thing, place, or object.
- Social anxiety disorder - also known as social phobia, is a form of anxiety disorder characterised by intense fear in or of social situations.
- Stress - a natural reaction to the inability to cope with specific demands and situations.
- Trauma - the emotional reaction to a traumatic incident such as a car accident, or natural disaster.
- Work-related stress
- Relationship and marriage difficulties
- Adjustment disorders (including life transitions, major life events, divorce, parenting, chronic health conditions)
- Sleep disorders (including insomnia)
Whether you’re looking for an eating disorder therapist, depression specialist or anything in between in London, we’re here to help you.
What therapies do we offer as part of your private mental health service in London?
Our mental health treatment programmes at our private mental health clinic in London combine a number of evidence-based approaches to assist the recovery process, including:
- Group psychotherapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Talking therapies
- Dance movement therapy
- Dietetic support
Our Compassionate Mind group has also been very successful in helping our patients to confront their feelings and, ultimately, find ways to address their greatest difficulties in life.