What is outpatient treatment?
COVID-19: Customer Update
To protect both patients and staff, assessments and therapy can be accessed remotely via our Priory Connect video service and through Zoom or Skype. In certain circumstances, we are operating some face-to-face outpatient services, which are continually risk assessed
Inpatient services are still available across our network of private healthcare hospitals, with flexible options for pre-admission assessments being offered.
Outpatient treatment consists of you attending one of our Priory sites to receive therapy for your mental health concerns, which are usually hourly sessions that take place on a weekly basis. With evening and weekend outpatient appointments available throughout our Priory network, outpatient therapy can be flexible according to your work or personal commitments, meaning that even the busiest of people are able to access the mental health support that they need. Outpatient therapy can be delivered at our hospital sites as well as through our extensive Priory wellbeing centre network.
Outpatient treatment can be used to treat a wide variety of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders and addictions (addiction service is for adults only). This form of treatment is beneficial for individuals who require ongoing therapeutic input for their mental health difficulties, but their challenges are not severe enough to require more intensive day care or inpatient treatment.
We are able to provide high quality outpatient treatment for both adults and young people who are struggling with mental health problems.
Priory offers video access to online therapy and assessments. You will benefit from the same high regulatory standards received across all Priory services, and will be treated by highly trained therapists who are experts in their field.
Outpatient therapy packages
Priory's nationwide network of wellbeing centres provides access to bespoke outpatient therapy, for a wide range of mental health and addictions support. Treatment includes individual or group therapy which can be accessed on a session-by-session basis. To further meet the needs of our patients, Priory also offers a range of tailored one-to-one outpatient therapy packages which are unique to Priory’s Wellbeing Centres.
Our packages offer certainty of price for your initial treatment, with discounted rates, and also offer clarity over the amount of treatment that you may need, depending on your condition. The amount of sessions that we recommend within each package is based on national guidelines and follows robust regulation, both in terms of our specialist teams and the treatment delivered. Our aim is to offer our patients fast access to high quality mental health treatment, in the most efficient way possible. We pride ourselves on the expertise that we can offer, with highly qualified and world-renowned professionals who have extensive knowledge in their field.
We provide the following outpatient therapy packages for adults:
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Alcohol use disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Anorexia nervosa
- Bulimia nervosa
- Depressive disorders
- Early identification of medically unexplained symptoms (MUS)
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
For young people, we offer packages to treat:
For further information, and individual pricing details for our outpatient therapy packages, please click on the links above. We offer transparency of pricing within our guides to provide you with certainty over the total cost of treatment. If you require further treatment beyond the suggested amount, we can also offer discounted rates for additional sessions. For more information, you can also download our outpatient therapy package leaflet.
Our wellbeing centres also offer:
- A relaxed, friendly and welcoming setting
- Privacy and discretion
- Centralised locations, close to convenient transport links
- Flexible appointment times arranged around school and work time
- Evening and weekend appointments at some centres if required
- Personalised treatment plans which can be adapted according to progress
- Access to local Priory hospitals if more intensive inpatient treatment is required