Our Approach to Residential Treatment Advice
How we go about finding you the right residential treatment?
As a completely independent service, we are not tied to promoting any particular residential service, unlike so many other services.
Clinical Partners is a specialist provider in the field of addictions, eating disorders, depression and other mental health issues. Our approach is totally focused on the individual and their affected family and friends.
Residential treatment is a big financial and emotional investment, with a huge amount at stake, a lot of different options, and no guarantee of success. It's hard to know which way to turn – but we can help you find the best treatment for you, your family and friends.
What does our service include?
The process starts with a telephone conversation to assess the urgency of your needs so that we can plan accordingly. Ideally, this leads to the following process:
If time allows, we undertake an independent assessment in one of our London clinics in Harley or Wimpole Street. An experienced specialist will help to define the needs of the individual, taking into account their psychological, medical, psychiatric, financial, work and family situation and other relevant circumstances.
Once all of this information is put together, it is possible to recommend an optimum treatment plan. This will take account of the best private and NHS programmes, considering either in or outpatient care as well as UK and international choices.
If residential care is advised, we will send you some suitable, recommended options with approximate costs and likely length of stay. This allows you to take a look at their websites and research them yourself if you wish. You are free to ask any questions you like before making a decision.
Besides the UK, we find that the most professionally run residential treatment centres, with the best care outcomes, tend to be in South Africa, Thailand and the USA.
Treatment and travel arrangments
Once we know your choice of treatment centre and are ready to confirm it, we can go ahead and make travel arrangements and book the treatment.
During the treatment process
As each stage of treatment is completed, we are still here to advise you on the best next steps. The journey to recovery is relatively seldom totally straightforward. We can advise on each stages of the recovery process, and how to cope with slip ups along the way.
Support for family and friends
Addictions, depression and eating disorders take a huge toll on parents, partners, employers, families, and friends – as we see time and time again. Part of our service is to offer support for all those involved, with individual and family therapy to help you through this difficult time.
What can I do to start the process?
Simply call our Residential Advisory Team on 0843 634 1585. We will be able to chat about the issues you are facing and help you find the best solution for you and your family. You can also fill in the form above if you would rather have us email you.
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