The goal of ABBI Clinic is to provide compassionate care and support for people living with eating disorders. We empower each individual in our care to embark on a journey towards a healthier future.
Our clinics are based in Altrincham, Preston and Liverpool. ABBI Clinic is the only adult eating disorder day care provider in the North West.
The number of people with eating disorders that require specialist treatment is rising nationally. Sadly, underfunding, long referral waiting times or a general lack of understanding of eating disorders can often lead to people not receiving the care they need.
Early diagnosis and intervention in eating disorders is associated with better outcomes. At ABBI clinic, we aim to provide the essential support and evidence-based treatment that clients need to optimise their health and improve their quality of life.
Our day care programme provides a team approach involving all aspects of care.
As an eating disorders specialist service, we provide our clients with the very best care using evidence-based therapies. We are committed to research and development to ensure the most effective treatments for our clients.
We are proud of the team of highly experienced practitioners who provide high-quality care and keep the client at the centre of their treatment and healing journey.
To support our clients through their recovery process, we provide them with individualised care.
Each individual’s needs are addressed through the development of customised, personalised programmes.
ABBI Clinic is a registered provider with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and has accreditation from the NHS, making our services accessible to those in need.
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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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