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The Surrey Centre for Eating Disorders

less than 24 hours

Age Range

13 - 100

Types of Service

HCPC registered dietician Psychiatrist UKCP registered psychotherapist


Anorexia Nervosa
Binge Eating Disorder
Bulimia Nervosa
Comorbidity (EDs and other MH conditions)
Rumination Disorder

Types of Treatment

Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) Family interventions focused on eating disorders Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Counselling Focal Psychodynamic Therapy (FTP) Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) Other

Delivery Methods

Telephone In Person Online Outpatient
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Address The Old Village School House, Epsom
Contact 01372 377320 Go to website
Fees Assessment and one-to-one sessions: £115 - £175. We understand that embarking on counselling is a significant commitment both in time and finances and we try our best to keep a small number of low fee places available where appropriate. Please discuss this option with us if you feel this might be helpful to your circumstances.

The Surrey Centre for Eating Disorders is a unique non-residential clinic dedicated to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders. We work with both men, women and young people from 13 years upwards, who have a difficult relationship with food. An eating disorder develops when food is used or abused as a way of controlling difficult feelings. If left untreated, it can be destructive, progressively take over your life and severely damage your health. We believe that by giving clients the skills to change their eating behaviours and offering a safe environment in which to address underlying emotional issues, they can begin to live a life free from the fear, secrecy and shame associated with their own particular circumstances. Please call for an informal discussion this will be a chance for you learn about us and the way we work. Its will be a time for us to find if we can work with you and point you in the right direction if your eating disorder is too acute.

Referral Criteria & Process

Self Referral,Other