Eating disorders enhanced day service (community) – Teesdale
This service provides an alternative to inpatient or residential treatment. It offers a structured environment with an intense focus on learning skills for recovery but offers the important advantage of allowing the patient to continue to live at home.
Eating disorders treatment for young people – what we offer – County Durham and Darlington CAMHS
Address The Acley Centre, Newton Aycliffe, County Durham Telephone 01325 529520 Service opening hours Monday – Thursday 8am – 6pm; Friday – 8am – 5pm About the eating disorders service We work with young people up to 18 years of age who have difficulties with eating and weight. This service provides specialised multi-disciplinary assessment, treatment and […]
Evergreen Centre – A guide to mealtimes for young people
Young people who have been treated for an eating disorder at the Evergreen Centre have told us what was (and wasn’t) helpful at mealtimes. The below information will give you advice and guidance and will answer some commonly asked questions. It also tells you what you can expect from staff and what they expect from you […]
Forensic child and adolescent mental health service – North East and North Cumbria
Child and adolescent mental health service – North East and North Cumbria C/o The Kolvin Service Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust St. Nicholas Hospital Jubilee Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE3 3XT Tel. 0191 245 6629 C/o Adolescent Forensic Outpatient Service Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust West Lane Hospital Acklam Road […]
Group analytic psychotherapy
Group analytic psychotherapy is an established form of group psychotherapy which aims for deep lasting changes.
Group analytic psychotherapy, adults, Teesside and Durham
Community mental health services for adults in Teesside and Durham.
Hambleton and Richmondshire East Sector Community Mental Health Team
The east sector community mental health team helps people (aged 18 to 65 years) with various mental health issues classed as affective and psychotic disorders, including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, psychotic symptoms and personality problems.
Harrogate integrated community team
The Harrogate team provide community mental health services for people aged 18 to 65 who are registered with a local general practitioner (GP) and who have mental health issues; ranging from mild to moderate emotional difficulties to severe or enduring mental illness, including dual diagnosis. The service can also offer support and advice to individual family members or carers.