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Postgraduate therapy careers

Postgraduate therapy careers

If you are a therapy or health and social care graduate, have you considered receiving specialist direction for a career in treating young patients who are working to recover from eating disorders? You may have chosen a professional therapy career for many reasons,...
The chance encounter that is saving Nicky’s life

The chance encounter that is saving Nicky’s life

Ellern Mede colleagues are inspired by Ward Clerk, Nicky Marks, who has found positivity and a fighting spirit to beat cancer AND raise money for a charity close to her heart. Her lovely close family, friends and colleagues have joined her in these endeavours and...
EMDR in psychotherapy for eating disorders

EMDR in psychotherapy for eating disorders

By Lesley Kollikho, Ellern Mede Integrative Psychotherapist Eating disorders are notoriously difficult to treat due to the deep ambivalence towards recovery that the sufferer will experience. Often eating disorder treatment can be a revolving door of services;...
More inpatient beds for eating disorder admissions needed

More inpatient beds for eating disorder admissions needed

More inpatient beds for eating disorder admissions are needed. This is clear from NHS Digital’s release of hospital admission statistics for this dreadful illness. The graph above is sourced from https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-57908556 Ellern Mede is actively...
Response to COVID latest news

Response to COVID latest news

Ellern Mede Hospitals’ actions as COVID rules change What are our actions resulting from the government’s decision to proceed to stage 4 of the “Road Map” out of COVID restrictions? We continue to require self-testing with demonstrable negative results prior to entry...
EMM publishes first Annual Report

EMM publishes first Annual Report

Ellern Mede Moorgate (EMM) has published its first Annual Report which you can read and download from our website. It covers the 2019 to 2020 period. It includes Care Quality Commission (CQC) feedback through our participation in a Transitional Monitoring Process. The...