The Priory Hospital Nottingham has recently re-opened following extensive refurbishment. The hospital has 14 en-suite bedrooms providing effective and personalised evidence-based treatment programmes for both men and women. The hospital only accept service users referred and funded through the NHS, and no longer operate a private healthcare service at the hospital.
The hospital offers treatment for those who require acute mental healthcare emergency services.
Mental health treatment and care
Our multidisciplinary team has the expertise and experience to treat a variety of psychiatric conditions. This service is suitable for adults aged 18 upwards, and offers personalised treatment programmes for a broad range of mental health conditions. Following admission, all clients are offered direct psychological support. Additionally, treatment will be offered if there is a specific need raised by the multidisciplinary team.
Psychological treatment can include a variety of therapeutic interventions including:
Art therapy is offered to service users on both a group and individual basis, dependent on need. This creative way of supporting recovery may be particularly useful for service users who are unable to, or do not wish to, engage in a group or individual verbal therapy. As such, this is not a class but a space where they are free to explore without being judged.
In addition to individual treatment, The Priory Hospital Nottingham offers group therapy sessions. These are open groups which acute mental health service users can attend where schedules allow. These groups tend to focus on specific areas such as anxiety and cognitive behavioural therapy skills. The focus of the groups is both educational and therapeutic, although it is still expected that the majority of therapy work will take place on a one-to-one basis.