Welcome to Newbridge House Eating Disorder Clinic
Newbridge House is a specialist eating disorder clinic for the treatment of young people aged 11 to 18.
Our service has been designed and is led by Medical Director Professor Hubert Lacey, one of the most experienced and highly regarded eating disorders experts in the UK.
We have a family-centred approach, recognising that effective treatment for a young person with an eating disorder must be fully inclusive and supportive of their family.
Eating disorder treatments
We provide NHS funded inpatient treatment for girls and boys. Our therapeutic recovery programme consists of comprehensive psychological therapies, together with a strong and varied group programme. All approaches are highly integrated and delivered by eating disorders specialists.
A welcoming environment
Newbridge House eating disorder clinic provides a welcoming and homely environment which was purpose-designed for young people. It is located in a suburban setting and is not part of a larger psychiatric unit. In 2013, facilities were further enhanced with a major extension. There is an on-site school which is rated as outstanding by Ofsted.
Someone said I was fat
We have developed a film with some of the young people we have treated with the aim of preventing eating disorders and helping young people to discuss body image and challenging emotions.
Someone said I was fat is aimed at 10 to 16 year olds and is accompanied by resources for schools.Watch Someone said I was fat