The London Centre for Eating Disorders and Body Image are very proud to announce the upcoming opening of their new Richmond Upon Thames Clinic, due to open in January 2019. The clinic will be just a 2-minute walk from Richmond station, which can be reached by bus, train or tube.
The Richmond Clinic will run alongside our central London clinic in Margaret Street (a stone’s throw from Oxford Circus) and will offer daytime and evening outpatient treatment for those struggling with eating and/or body image issues. As in our central London clinic specialist therapy and treatment will be provided by highly experienced clinical and counselling psychologists.
The Richmond Clinic will offer a range of highly specialised therapy options, with clinicians trained in a wide range of treatment types including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Specialist Supportive Psychotherapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Mentalisation Based Therapy, Cognitive Analytical Therapy and Family Based Treatment. Alongside this is access to specialist Dietetics and Occupational Therapy as well as our information and support groups for relatives and friends. At the London Centre for Eating Disorders we believe in integrating evidence based therapy (what we know works) with individual needs and preference (what works for the individual).
Dr Bryony Bamford, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Director of The London Centre says, “We are all very excited about the new clinic and look forward to working very hard to make this successful by providing the best care we can to our clients and all those who refer to, or use, our services. We will also continue to build relationships within the local community and we are looking forward to this new venture. We know that whilst eating disorders can have a devastating impact for individuals and their families, recovery is possible with the right support and treatment. At The London Centre we offer a warm and caring environment coupled with highly specialist treatment, guidance and advice to help people along the journey to recovery. We believe it is this blend that makes our treatment approaches so successful”.