Eating Disorder Service
Rhodes Wood Hospital is a specialist Inpatient Eating Disorder service for children and young people aged 8-18 years. Each treatment programme is tailored to the needs of the young person.
The service provides a warm and nurturing environment so that we can identify and understand the symptoms, patterns and origins of psychological distress and help patients manage their condition. Our services emphasise not only the mental wellbeing of young people but also their educational, emotional and physical needs.
Our hospital is based in Hatfield, Hertfordshire. All our children and young people have their own en-suite bedrooms which are light and spacious. We actively encourage them to personalise the space to make it feel like a home from home, with pictures/posters and personal items.
We have an on-site Ofsted Registered school to support our children and young people to continue with their education while in hospital. This helps to ease re-integration/transition to home when they are ready for discharge.
We treat children and young people aged 8-18
years, male and female with a primary diagnosis
of eating disorder or a co-morbid presentation
(other psychological or mental health issues).
CBT – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
CRT – Cognitive Remediation Therapy
MVT – Motivational Enhancement Therapy
We offer an evidence based inpatient treatment programme focusing on moderate to severe eating disorders. All of our inpatient wards have access to a lounge, dining space, Kitchen area and quiet room. Onsite we have an Ofsted registered school to enable the young people to continue with their schooling whilst in treatment.
We focus on four stages in the recovery process:
Stage 1: Re-establishing eating
Stage 2: Re-establishing eating with Family
Stage 3: Getting out and about
Stage 4: Getting back to normal life and preventing relapse
All patients that have completed a full treatment programme will be entitled to 12 weeks aftercare. This can be extended further than 12 weeks at an additional cost.
We treat children and young people aged 8-18 years, male and female with a primary diagnosis of eating disorder or a co-morbid presentation (other psychological or mental health issues).
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