Adult Bulimia Services
Ellern Mede’s service for bulimia and binge eating disorders is not currently taking patients and we will advise when we re-launch this service.
At Ellern Mede Barnet we have opened a high-quality dedicated Bulimia / Binge Eating Disorder private ward, for just 4 young female adults at a time, to engage in short-term inpatient programmes focused on symptom interruption. We also offer Outpatient clinics and Day Patient Services. Visit us at Barnet or in Harley or Wimpole streets in central London. Whatever your needs, our bespoke services can help.
Specialist fast access Bulimia Nervosa Outpatient / Inpatient Programmes
Ellern Mede’s specialist Bulimia Nervosa treatment programmes are consultant-led, flexible, fast to access and confidential. People with Bulimia Nervosa may often find a lack of service availability. We believe our Outpatient and short term Inpatient programme options for adults and adolescents are much needed. We can accept patients from anywhere in the UK or internationally. A range of treatment methods we offer include psychological eating disorder therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Bulimia Nervosa (CBT-BN). Research evidence shows that CBT-BN is the treatment of choice for Bulimia Nervosa. NICE guidelines recommend outpatient treatment using CBT-BN should continue for no less than five months however our flexible programme options give you the benefit of choice of programme type and duration. We believe that, based on a review of international best practice, short term intensive inpatient treatment for adults, which are focused on symptom interruption, supported by follow up or preliminary Outpatient support, will achieve very positive outcomes for adult patients.
Please call 0203 209 7900 or email [email protected]
“Symptom interruption provided through specialist short term, repeated, inpatient or outpatient treatment spells can be highly effective to support recovery from eating disorders including Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa. Ellern Mede is making this possible by offering flexible new programmes at several London locations.”Dr Eric Johnson-Sabine, Consultant Psychiatrist
Ellern Mede Barnet is offering a 4-week adult Bulimia Nervosa Inpatient programme. During the programme, the patient will experience:
- supervised symptom interruption
- specialist dietetic input
- CBT both individually and in a group
- additional psychotherapy and psychoeducation as prescribed
- supervised meal times
- a range of activities
The recommendation and programme intention is that this is followed up with an after care package flexibly designed to meet each individual’s circumstances and needs.We understand that the demands of a busy life can make it difficult to find time to concentrate on your health. Our confidential, flexible approach minimises disruption to your time to help you to maintain other commitments whilst receiving treatment.
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Age 16 to 30 outpatient services can be arranged at several Ellern Mede centres. To arrange please call our head office on 0203 209 7900
Ellern Mede Barnet Adult Bulimia Nervosa Programme
2 Warwick Road
London EN5 5EE
Ways to get to there
Warwick Road is well served by local buses including numbers 107, 307 and 326 to and from High Barnet underground train station. The station is the terminus of the High Barnet branch of the Northern line and is in Travelcard Zone 5. It is the northernmost station on the Northern line and is situated 10.2 miles (16.4 km) north north-west of Charing Cross. The next station south is Totteridge & Whetstone. For drivers, it is accessible from M25 junction 24. See map thumbnails or interactive map below.
Ellern Mede Outpatient Services are at 10 Harley Street or 85 Wimpole Street, London. The map below is for Ellern Mede Barnet.
Ellern Mede has provided specialist Tier 4 eating disorder services to the NHS since 2000. We respond to referrals within 24 hours.
Call now for immediate access to Ellern Mede specialist private eating disorder services. Accepted referrals begin treatment within two weeks or faster in emergencies.