Adult Inpatient Services

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Due to the current coronavirus situation, we have had to change some of the ways our services work.

For the most up-to-date information about this and other services, please click here to check our coronavirus pages.

Our inpatient services for adults provide a place of safety where specialist team members can offer the care that best meets the needs of each person.

Abraham Cowley Unit, Chertsey

The Abraham Cowley Unit is our specialist mental health unit based at St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey, providing treatment and support to inpatients, including daytime activities.

You can contact the Abraham Cowley Unit by calling the unit's main switchboard number on 01932 723 291 or contact the wards direct by using the links below. Google Maps are available on using the ward links below or please print a downloadable map. Find information about accessibility via the AccessAble website.

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Farnham Road Hospital, Guildford

You can contact Farnham Road Hospital by calling their main switchboard number on 01483 443 501 or contact the wards direct by using the links below:

Information about disabled access to Farnham Road Hospital can be found on the Access Able website.

Inpatient Therapy Services

Our inpatient therapy services provide varied diversional activity, fitness and therapy programmes to people who are admitted to adult inpatient wards and to those who are under the care of our Home Treatment Teams.

The programmes provide an opportunity for people to do something fun and help increase participation, develop routine and build concentration, problem-solving and decision-making skills.  Some people who use our services can suffer from social isolation - be that due to stigma, reduced support networks or loss of desire to socialise - and the groups give them the chance to meet others with similar problems and promote interaction.

A number of the diverse therapy groups also provide psycho-education and an opportunity to develop coping strategies to promote recovery and wellbeing, all in the context of having support from facilitators as well as other people who use our services.

Individuals are welcome to negotiate the best options for achieving their agreed therapeutic goals and to choose activities which have the most meaning for them.

The inpatient therapy teams are multidisciplinary and include psychologists, occupational therapists, art therapists, nurses, assistant psychologists, pilates instructors, aromatherapists, fitness and wellbeing instructors, diversional activity co-ordinators and volunteers.

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