Helping you heal your relationship with food

Consultation between patient and consultant

Whether you’re doing it for yourself or someone you love, asking for help is often a big step.

At ABBI Clinic, we will support you wherever you are on that journey so that you can discover treatment plans that offer the best chance for recovery. For some, this might be the first step in considering treatment, while for others, it might be help getting back on track.

Consultation between patient and consultant


We accept referrals from the NHS, all major insurance companies and individuals who self-fund their treatment.
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Getting help

Learn about the various types of eating disorders and how ABBI Clinic can help, including diagnosis and understanding your options.
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Loved ones

Are you worried about someone with an eating disorder, or concerned that a loved one might need help? We have put together a selection of helpful information about eating disorders.
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Our approach

ABBI clinic offers day treatment based on national guidelines. Day treatment allows clients to remain at home, engage with work, study and loved ones whilst receiving support from a team of highly specialised professionals.

Our team will work with you to develop a treatment plan tailored to meet your needs. We offer a multidisciplinary team approach, which means there are a number of different professionals within our team who each offer a unique skill set in approaching your symptoms. We bring this together by offering a bespoke treatment package. This includes:

  • Daily meal support
  • Dietician reviews
  • Specialist nursing 
  • Group therapy
  • Specialist occupational therapy 
  • Psychiatry
  • Family and individual carer support
Our approach

ABBI Clinic is rated as a ‘Good’ by the CQC.

The CQC is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. Our latest inspection noted comprehensive patient focused care, delivered by a highly specialised team. Client feedback to the CQC was overwhelmingly positive.

“The multidisciplinary team worked collaboratively, prioritising compassion, respect, and patient involvement.”

“Patients said the service was very person centred, (staff) were interested in their wellbeing and they felt valued and listened to.”

“The treatment model worked well with a full, experienced multidisciplinary team.”

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