Phone numbers
Treatment enquiries: 0800 840 3219
General enquiries: 0800 138 8680
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Address
Priory Hospital Woking
Chobham Road
Knaphill
Woking
Surrey
GU21 2QF
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Telephone 01483 489 211
Fax 01483 797 053
Email Address woking@priorygroup.com

Priory Hospital Woking mental health and addiction rehab hospital offering world class inpatient treatment for a variety of addictions and mental health conditions, including alcohol rehab, drug rehab and treatment for depression.

We can also offer access to specialist eating disorder treatment at nearby Life Works.

Our evidence-based treatment programmes are delivered by leading psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists and other highly qualified specialists. We believe that anyone struggling with addiction or mental health problems deserves the best possible support to overcome their challenges. Our team work extremely hard to make sure that every single patient is empowered to improve their quality of life and achieve a strong and lasting recovery.

Fast Access to Residential Treatment

We are currently able to offer fast access to private inpatient treatment at Priory. Please call us today and speak to our expert advisors.
Call: 0800 860 6267
Alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form.

Our Private Mental Health Treatment Service

At Priory Hospital Woking, we are able to deliver expert mental health treatment to each individual who seeks support with us. We will help you to alleviate your symptoms, tackle the underlying causes and triggers for your mental health problems, and improve your wellbeing.

At Priory Hospital Woking we are able to treat a broad array of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, stress and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), to name a few.

You don’t have to struggle with a mental health problem; help is available and our multidisciplinary team at Priory Hospital Woking are dedicated to helping you get back on track

Our Private Addiction Rehab Programme

At Priory Hospital Woking, we are able to deliver intensive support for a broad range of addictions, including alcohol and drug addictions, as well as a number of addictive behaviours such as gambling, internet and shopping addictions. Whether you’re struggling with a substance or a behavioural addiction, these complex conditions can cause problems in all areas of your life. That’s why our addiction treatment experts are dedicated to delivering comprehensive treatment for your addiction, empowering you to regain control and take steps towards recovery.

Addiction treatment at Woking is designed and delivered by our team of leading addiction experts. Our addiction treatment and rehabilitation programme includes:

  • Free, no obligationaddiction assessment - book your appointment today
    7-day medically assisted detoxification for alcohol and drug addictions, if this is required
  • Group therapy and individual 1:1 therapy
  • A family and couples programme
  • Access to 12-Step support groups
  • Free aftercare for 12 months following treatment
  • Free family support for 12 months following treatment

At Woking, we acknowledge that addiction is often accompanied by other mental health difficulties such as depression and anxiety. We’re able to support people with multiple presenting issues and dual diagnoses, tackling the underlying causes and triggers for your challenges, as well as the addiction itself.

FREE Addiction Assessment

Priory deliver expert addiction treatment and rehabilitation. To find out how we can help you to get your life back on track, call us today on 0800 144 8969 or enquire online. Book your FREE ADDICTION ASSESSMENT.

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Therapies Offered at Priory Hospital Woking

Our specialists are able to offer a diverse range of therapeutic techniques, which can be delivered on an individual basis or as part of a group therapy programme. These include:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), including online CBT appointments
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
  • Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Mindfulness
  • Interpersonal therapy (IPT)
  • Psychoeducation
  • Equine therapy for patients accessing our Addiction Treatment Programme

We understand that patient wellbeing plays an important role in your successful recovery and future health. That’s why we also provide access to a wellbeing adviser who, on request, can provide advice on your physical wellbeing, including exercise and nutritional care. Keeping you healthy in mind, body and spirit, our wellbeing activities at Woking include:

  • Yoga and Pilates classes
  • Meditation and relaxation groups
  • Psychodrama and art therapies
  • Dance and movement psychotherapy
  • Self-awareness workshops
  • Personal training and sports
  • Massage
  • Organised walks
  • Menu planning with our in-house dietitian

Alongside our wellbeing activities and facilities, we have a number of initiatives to help our new patients to feel comfortable and settle in at Woking. Just one example is our tree of hope. The tree of hope is designed for patients who are leaving our care to leave messages of inspiration for new patients to read, reassuring them that there is hope for a positive future.

Excellent Outcomes
  • 99% of patients from the Woking Addiction Treatment Programme stated that they would recommend us to a friend
  • 96% of patients from the Woking Addiction Treatment Programme reported overall satisfaction with the quality of the care that they received
  • 93% of patients staying at Woking for longer than seven days, reported improved psychological wellbeing
  • 86% of patients receiving treatment at Woking reported an improvement in their level of anxiety and depression

"You saved my life and changed the lives of my family and for that I cannot express my thanks sufficiently.”

- Former patient at Priory Hospital Woking

About Priory Hospital Woking

Set within a beautiful country house in the tranquil Surrey village of Knaphill, our peaceful setting offers each patient the privacy of their own comfortable bedroom, complete with TV, telephone and modern en-suite facilities. The hospital is split into two gender-specific wards, made up of 15 male beds, 15 female beds and three beds that can be used for either gender according to demand.

The hospital also provides:

  • Beautiful private gardens complete with communal outdoor seating areas, in which to relax and unwind
  • Welcoming living areas, complete with TVs, DVDs, books and games, encouraging relaxing leisure time
  • A high quality on-site dining room, with catering to suit your dietary needs
  • Art room
  • Mixed and gender-specific lounges
  • Very easy access from the M25, M3, London’s major airports and Central London

One of the many reasons why people choose to receive expert treatment at Woking is because we provide an environment that doesn’t feel like a clinical hospital. Instead, we offer a homely and comfortable environment, and many of our patients say that Woking has a ‘family feel’ to it. As a patient at Woking, we’ll ensure that you feel safe, understood and cared for as an individual.

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How to find us

  • By car
  • By bus
  • By train

Priory Hospital Woking is located just outside the town centre and is approximately a 10-15 minute drive from the surrounding areas. If you're driving through town, driving via Lockfield Drive or St Johns road will likely be the quickest routes. 

If you're coming from Leatherhead or London, the quickest route will be via the M25, or possibly the M4.  

If travelling from Guildford, using the A320 will be the best route and take approximately 20 minutes. 

The A322 and B3012 are also appropriate routes to take if you're coming from Bracknell or Farnborough. 

From Woking town centre, there are plenty of buses that will bring you nearby to Priory Hospital Woking. The fastest route will be the 34 bus, which is approximately a 15 minute journey. From the bus stop, the hospital is a 10 minute walk away. Buses 28 48 and 91 also come nearby the hospital. 

From the surrounding areas such as Farnborough and Bracknell, you can get a bus to Chamberley and then get a bus into Woking town centre. 

From Leatherhead, you would need to get a bus to Friary and then a bus from Friary to Woking town centre. 

Guildford and London both offer direct buses to the town centre, where you can get the number 34 to get to the hospital. 

Unfortunately, there are no trains that can take you from Woking Railway Station to Priory Hospital Woking. However, the 34 bus can be caught nearby to bring you nearby the hospital. 

From Guildford, Farnborough and London (any), there are direct trains that will bring you into Woking. 

If travelling from Leatherhead or Bracknell, there are no direct trains available and train changes will need to be made. If you're travelling from Leatherhead, you will likely need to get a train to Clapham Junction and then get a train to Woking Railway Station. 

For train travel from Bracknell, you will need to get a train from Bracknell to Ascot, then Ascot to Ash Vale, and then Ash Vale to Woking Railway Station. 

 

"Woking is amazing; the best care and the best staff I have ever come across. I feel so safe and respected by the staff. They listen, understand and go the extra mile.”

- Former patient at Priory Hospital Woking

Get in Touch Today

For details of how Priory can provide you with assistance regarding mental health and wellbeing, please call 0800 840 3219 or click here to submit an enquiry form. For professionals looking to make a referral, please click here

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