Priory Hospital Ticehurst House
At Priory Hospital Ticehurst House, we offer leading treatment and support to private outpatients for a range of mental health difficulties, including anxiety, stress, bereavement, depression, trauma, eating disorders, personality disorders and obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD).
Priory Hospital Ticehurst House was founded more than 225 years ago and has provided help and support to many patients in need. We provide adults, adolescents and children a safe, confidential and tranquil environment to help get their lives back on track.
At The Lodge Therapy Centre, Priory Hospital Ticehurst House our patients benefit from:
- The very best in private mental health care, including expert depression, anxiety and stress treatment
- Access to Priory’s wider care pathway offering safe, personalised and reputable care as your needs change
- Bespoke treatment programmes provided by Priory’s leading consultants
- Individual and group therapy programmes, which include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) and couples therapy
- A highly regarded outpatient service that can be accessed by children, adolescents and adults
Priory Hospital Ticehurst House is a highly respected provider of private addiction and mental health support. Located just outside the town of Ticehurst, East Sussex, our outpatient facility, The Lodge, has been newly refurbished and offers people a welcoming sanctuary to explore their mental health and wellbeing.
Our tried and tested treatment programmes are guided by the very latest thinking in mental health, and are led by world renowned experts, thus enabling the best possible outcomes for each and every one of our patients.
Get the assistance you require now by completing our enquiry form, or by calling our enquiry line free on: 0800 840 3219
"The staff made my time at the Priory an amazing experience. Their warmth and kindness kept me afloat, at a difficult time in my life"
Former Priory patient