Our Trauma Clinics
We will pay for your travel to Khiron House from your local international airport. We can’t get to everywhere but we can bring everyone to us.
We have treated clients from seventeen different countries in over seven years of operation and have had positive experiences with international insurers.
Twenty-three NHS clinical care groups and trusts have referred patients to us in the UK.
Residential and Outpatient Care
In our clinics we look through the lens of trauma to treat common mental health problems and behavioural disorders, which can lead to self-harming, addictions, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.
Our Khiron House treatment protocol is a synthesis of the latest methodologies available for treating trauma. New research on trauma and the brain guides our treatment protocol, and the combination is highly effective in restoring nervous system regulation.
Our highest level of care is a possible alternative to hospital offering individual programs to a small number of patients
Our newest unit meets the demand for people who are assessed as needing a higher level of care than our community programme and yet feel that a typical psychiatric hospital is unable to meet their needs.
The programme is informed by the same treatment methodology as Khiron House prioritising understanding and treating the nervous system to address underlying causes of symptoms.
Khiron House is a spacious twelve-bed residential clinic in the Oxfordshire countryside with excellent treatment facilities. Our residential program is open-ended and designed for extended care. Clients stay in our bright, spacious house, which boasts extensive modern facilities and scenic grounds. There they can participate in trauma-healing activities on site, meeting with our well-informed clinical staff for group and individual therapy, and engaging in other somatically resourcing activities throughout the week. The 60-day-plus program, which incorporates both individual and group therapy and a full program of symptom reduction therapies, ensures that clients have sufficient time and support for complete healing. Our goal is to help our clients gain new insights and understanding into their painful and disabling experiences of trauma, to heal this trauma, and to develop and practice new coping skills.
At Khiron Cottage residents live independently and access the full Khiron House residential programme daily. It is a charming residence in a rural Oxfordshire village with 24/7 support a short walk away. Khiron Cottage residents live fully independent lives. There are many fewer rules and restrictions than in the main clinic reflecting that these clients have progressed to a self-managing state in their recovery. Some people use Khiron Cottage as a step-down facility while preparing to leave our own residential treatment. Others come here for a transition from other programmes or to access our full programme with fewer restrictions.
Khiron House Outpatient Clinic. In our outpatient clinic in Harley Street, London, England we offer one-to-one therapy with our trauma healing specialist and also offer evening group therapy sessions. We offer ad-hoc treatment sessions as well as a defined 10 week trauma reduction programme, which can be repeated as necessary, and incorporates one-to-one sessions and access to all the recovery groups available at the London clinic. Our outpatient clinic provides flexible options,where clients may choose to focus on ad-hoc one-to-one sessions without the group work, or only attend the recovery groups.
We run evening out-patient groups at our outpatient clinic in Harley Street. Just as one of the cornerstones of our clinical work in our residential setting programme is the group dynamic, we also find that trauma healing support groups are an invaluable part of what we offer at our outpatient clinic in Harley Street, London. We offer these groups, which incorporate Mindfulness, Boundary work and Somatic Experiencing.. Clients can explore trauma reduction techniques in this group setting, and experience the beneficial effect of group dynamics including boundary work, via communication skill-building. They are effective as a way to supplement individual work in personal recovery. Some clients also choose to attend groups without participating in one-to-one therapy.