If you are a child or young adult who needs to speak to someone for support or advice on an eating disorder, please contact us.


Children and young adults

We recommend talking to a parent, guardian or loved one before accessing our services. If you are under 16 we would require consent of your parents or guardian prior to seeing you. Our services are private and therefore we do require a payment for an assessment and treatment. If you would like more information, help or guidance eating disorders in general please see our resources page.

Our team is led by a mental health nurse who can explain to you, following an assessment, which treatment package is most appropriate for you and/or your family. Our team puts you at the centre of everything we do and you will be involved in every decision making process. We would be happy to give you an idea of costings over the phone or a quote if you wish.

What ages do we work with?

Our team have specialist experience in treating young people; we typically treat patients between the ages of 11-25. If you are unsure if you are suitable for our services, then please contact us to talk to a member of our team where we can discuss the type of support and treatment we can offer you.

Which types of eating disorder do you treat?

  • anorexia nervosa
  • Avoidant / Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFRID)
  • Bulimia nervosa
  • Binge Eating Disorder
  • OSFED
  • Other eating disorders

We also help people with dual diagnosis such as:

  • Alcohol use disorder
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Autistic spectrum disorder
  • Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)
  • Depression disorder
  • Learning disabilities
  • Intrusive thoughts
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Personality disorder
  • Self harm
  • Substance use disorder
  • Suicidality
  • Trauma

At The Bridge, we treat and help with all mental health issues, eating disorders and dual dual diagnosed individuals.

First steps

Our team have specialist experience in treating young people; we typically treat patients between the ages of 11-25. If you are unsure if you are suitable for our services, then please contact us to talk to a member of our team where we can discuss the type of support and treatment we can offer you.

  • anorexia nervosa
  • Avoidant / Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFRID)
  • Bulimia nervosa
  • Binge Eating Disorder
  • OSFED
  • Other eating disorders

How can our service benefit you?

We provide a holistic multidisciplinary approach to eating disorder recovery in an outpatient setting. Our team can help you with:

  • Providing you with immediate access to a passionate, approachable and knowledgeable team
  • Teaching you healthy techniques in managing thoughts which are distressing
  • Replacing destructive thoughts and behaviours with positive ones
  • Assisting recovery of your eating disorder
  • Reducing your risk of malnutrition and nutritional deficiencies
  • Teaching families techniques in supporting recovery for you
  • Encouraging healthier appearance through dietetic input
  • Educating you to help you develop a positive mental and physical wellbeing

Why The Bridge?

Our service is unique and bespoke. We provide children and young adults with immediate access to a multidisciplinary specialist eating disorder service. We provide you with:

  • Immediate access to a specialist team

    We believe to maximise people’s recovery we should provide them with immediate access and to our specialist multidisciplinary team of professionals that will work with them holistically.

  • Holistic and patient centred care

    We believe in continuously providing holistic, patient-centred treatments which promote physical and mental wellbeing to increase resilience. The needs and wellbeing of patients is at the centre of everything we do.

  • Results based treatment

    We are committed to providing results-focused practice to ensure we deliver patients with the goals they want to achieve. Importantly, we believe results are best achieved with an educative approach and we work with our patients to achieve their goals together.

Are you worried about a loved one?

It can be frightening to bring up the subject, especially if it is the first time you express these concerns to them. However, the first step to recovery takes courage and openness. At The Bridge we aim to help patients develop a positive mental and physical well being, and become resilient to challenges. We encourage young people to develop a healthy relationship to food, their body and their mind.

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