Our clinics

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.

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 numerous international insurers.

We can pay for your travel to Khiron House from your local international airport.

Just a few words to express my deepest gratitude to you for enabling me to be here and finally start my process of healing.

Charlie, 39, Newcastle

I slept 9 hours last night, unheard of. I am already truly grateful for the change I have seen.

Michael, 30, USA

I want to acknowledge all the magic you did and the fact that its still working. I never dared to imagine things could be going as well as they are

Rosemary, 31, Somerset

Professional memberships

We work with members of respected organisations to deliver our services.

We are here to help

If you have a client, or know of someone who is struggling, reach out to Khiron.
We believe that we can stop the revolving door of treatment and misdiagnosis by providing effective residential and outpatient therapies for underlying psychological trauma, stress and breakdown.

Allow us to help you find the path to effective, long lasting recovery.
For information, call us today.

Call any time UK: 020 7467 8368 US: (866) 801 6184

We
are
open

Khiron Clinics remains open for admissions.We are continuing to follow all the government advice, along with Public Health England (PHE) and the NHS guidance. We are well resourced and organised to remain as safe as possible, and are carrying out detailed protocols to minimise the risk of transmission. We have contingency plans if a resident shows symptoms (facilities for safe and comfortable isolation, or temporary return home). We have plans in place to continue therapy for residents remotely, in isolation, if necessary. We are also able to ensure that if residents have their therapy significantly reduced or disrupted they will not suffer financially. Our Ethics and Governance Board is actively overseeing of how we are managing the situation.​