We offer a service for women with complex needs, primarily with an eating disorder. We specialise in treating people with more than one diagnosis which may include personality disorder (PD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and complex post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), offering all patients expert assessment and bespoke, outcome-focused treatment packages in a discrete, safe and therapeutic facility.
Our approach, developed by the team on Naomi Unit, uses a recovery focused pathway model made up of three stages:
The pathways model has been designed to allow patients to work collaboratively with the team and be active in decision making in their own care, enabling them to set goals, plan, and evaluate their progression through recovery to independent living.
We also recognise that much of a patient’s recovery will take place within their own community setting and as such liaise with specialist local care services throughout the patient’s stay and afterwards to seamlessly plan their discharge and onward care.
Therapy programmes are tailor-made for each individual to feature a bespoke combination of individual treatment, group therapy and family support, including:
We, at Schoen Clinic, are internationally renowned for our award winning approach to outcome measurement. We rigorously collect, measure and analyse patient outcome data to drive the continuous improvement of our care and services. Our aim is to give every patient the prospect of a better quality of life including:
Patients need to be referred to the service by a healthcare professional. For patients not currently working with a health professional, we would recommend you visit your GP who is the person best positioned to help you get support.