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Priory Hospital Woking

Located near Chobham in Surrey, Priory Hospital Woking is a highly respected rehabilitation centre, leading the way in the treatment of a wide array of mental health conditions including depression, stress, anxiety, eating disorders and addictions. We offer established, trusted treatment in a safe and therapeutic environment, enabling us to provide the highest standard of mental health support to you or your loved ones.

Our beautiful country house setting, complete with extensive grounds, ensures that our patients receive clinically excellent treatment in a tranquil and relaxing environment. Our expert team consist of world renowned depression, anxiety, stress and addictions experts, who are committed to offering specialist support, 24 hours a day.

Our services are tailored according to your individual needs and range from flexible outpatient appointments, through to rigorous inpatient treatment for those requiring more intensive support.

The hospital is split into two gender specific wards, made up of 15 male beds, 17 female beds and 4 beds that can be used for either gender according to demand. This ensures a comfortable and private environment, with male or female-only designated areas, such as lounges or bedrooms.

Addiction treatment programme

At Woking, we pride ourselves on being able to provide expert treatment for substance or behavioural addictions, including alcohol addiction, drug addiction, gambling, love and sexinternet and shopping addictions.

Our leading addiction rehabilitation programme consists of:

  • FREE INITIAL ASSESSMENT to explore the problem in more detail without obligation to continue into treatment. Click here to arrange your assessment
  • FREE WEEKLY AFTERCARE SUPPORT for 12 months following completion of the 28 day treatment programme
  • FREE FAMILY SUPPORT both during and following treatment

For further information on our Addiction Treatment Programme, please click here.

Alumni events

Our aftercare support involves alumni events such as summer BBQs. This is a great way for the team to get together with former patients and celebrate our positive outcomes. Our next event is taking place on Saturday 1st September between 12.30pm and 4.30pm.

If you are a former addiction treatment patient, and would like to enjoy an afternoon with us, we would love to see you there. Please RSVP to Let us know how many people will be in your party and if there are any dietary requirements.


Acute mental health treatment at Woking

Priory Hospital Woking’s acute mental health programmes deliver world class treatment for a range of conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, stress, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). We ensure that our patients are provided with the best mental health resources within a bespoke treatment journey, enabling a strong and positive recovery and producing the best possible outcomes for each individual.

For further information on our mental health treatment programme, please click here.

Eating disorders treatment in Woking

Woking’s established eating disorders service is suitable for private female patients suffering from a range of eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, or other specified feeding or eating disorders (OSFED), which is also known as 'eating disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS)'. This service is available for patients who wish to self-pay, or are eligible to receive treatment via private medical insurance. 

Our eating disorder treatment programme includes:

  • A free initial assessment where we work with patients to understand their particular needs
  • Recommendations of an appropriate course of treatment, underpinned by clinical specifications
  • Inpatient treatment for people who require an intensive, residential stay

Our eating disorder patients will be under the care of our dedicated team who are leading experts in the treatment of all forms of eating disorders, and have a wealth of experience in this area. Our specialist team are widely respected and renowned in this field and provide bespoke, comprehensive treatment for eating disorders.

At Woking, we use the following therapies in the treatment of eating disorders:

  • Group and individual therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT)
  • Family therapy
  • Creative therapies

For further information on our eating disorder treatment programme, please click here.

Contact us to find out more

To discuss treatment options and find out how we can support you, please contact a member of our team on 0800 840 3219. Alternatively, click here to email your enquiry.

Free Addictions Assessment

The Priory is pleased to offer you a free confidential assessment for all addictions.

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Why choose Priory Hospital Woking?

The highest quality care and support

Priory is proud to deliver the highest quality of treatment services, and we are the chosen partner globally for many people seeking the best standards of care. The Priory Hospital Woking provides:

  • Private, single occupancy bedrooms with en-suite facilities
  • Newly refurbished and relaxing living areas
  • A restaurant with catering to suit your dietary needs
  • Housekeeping
  • Tennis courts
  • Communal outdoor seating areas
  • Easy access from the M25 and London's major airports

The environment we create for patients is as important as the treatment, itself. Each patient has the privacy of his or her own comfortable bedroom, with television, telephone, and en-suite facilities.

Patients are encouraged to have their meals in the main dining room, which offers an excellent choice of dishes. The communal areas are homely and patients are encouraged to use the facilities such as the tennis court, recreation room and well equipped art room.

Care and treatment

Outpatient, day patient and inpatient care

At Priory we offer a full range of treatments for patients depending on their individual needs:

  • Outpatient, day patient and inpatient treatment options delivered by our highly experienced team of senior consultants and therapists
  • Specialist therapy programmes include cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) appointments with a therapist for those that are unable to attend appointments for follow on and aftercare

Our hospital inpatient services are the best possible option for the most challenging cases of depression, anxiety and addiction, and we have a GP on site 24 hours a day to manage any medical issues. This also enables us to monitor the impact of any prescribed medication on an ongoing basis. Our staff and treatment programme ensure patients are provided with every resource they need to make a strong recovery and return to a positive, productive life.

Our day care programme is available Monday to Friday, 9.30am until 4.30pm and offers individual and group psychotherapy. This programme provides ongoing support for patients who have been discharged following an inpatient stay and for those who want a supportive and in-depth psychotherapy treatment without hospital admission.

You can attend as many groups as you like during the week, from one or two groups to the full five day programme. It includes a range of therapies such as CBT for anxiety and depression, Supportive Group Psychotherapy, Mindfulness, self-awareness, Art Psychotherapy, and Psychodrama. Groups also involve physical health support, such as Yoga, Pilates and Relaxation.

Our Services

Our Specialists

The Priory boasts a diverse team of practitioners. Committed to providing the best treatment to each and every one of our patients, they pride themselves on placing patients at the heart of the treatment journey. This approach ensures that you are allocated to the best expert for your needs and benefit from a truly bespoke treatment programme.

For detailed biographies on individual experts, including their backgrounds, specialisms and qualifications: Please click here to view our specialists

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Referrals & Admissions

Accessing treatment - referral and admission

There are a number of ways that you, or someone you’re supporting, can access treatment with us. For mental health conditions such as depression, stress or anxiety the most common route is to first visit your GP who will make a referral to one of our consultants upon request. An initial appointment will be held to discuss the best treatment options, which may include a series of outpatient appointments or admission as an inpatient.

For addiction services you can contact us directly, or alternatively seek a referral from your GP. We provide a free, no-obligation addiction assessment at the Hospital. Emergency cases can always be admitted quickly, to ensure you or your loved one is getting the best possible support at their time of need.

  • To make an outpatient appointment with a specific consultant, please telephone the medical secretariat on 01483 489 211
  • For further details of our specialist treatment programmes or for a list of staff/visiting consultants, together with their areas of special interests, please telephone admissions on 01483 489 211

Corporate and occupational health

We are an approved provider for all the UK’s leading private medical insurers. Most outpatient therapy services are covered as standard by the majority of insurers, meaning you may be able to access treatment at no additional cost. We also provide self-pay options for individuals and families, and corporate arrangements for businesses.

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Priory Hospital Woking quality and regulation

You can be assured that the treatment patients receive will be of the highest standard, as we are continually monitored by the independent regulator the Care Quality Commission and are benchmarked against the National Service Framework.

Visiting times

Visiting times and visitors allowed will be individual for each patient depending on their therapeutic programme. Please discuss this with the nursing team. All visitors must sign in and out at reception and report to the nurses station for general psychiatry and addiction treatment programme. All visitors must leave the building no later than 10.00 pm.

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