Private psychiatric hospitals admit a really broad range of people.
They range from adolescents, through to adults through to elderly people, with a whole range of mental health problems.
Common problems like depression and anxiety, drug and alcohol problems.
Even less common things like schizophrenia.
One of the reasons people come into hospital is things like suicidal ideas where there's a real risk and danger.
And clearly in hospital we can observe people and support them during those difficult times.
The treatment of a person is tailored to what they need and will usually involve a close discussion between them and their psychiatrist.
Almost all patients will be involved in therapy, both group and individual.
There'll be other group activities involving things like art therapy, yoga or exercise - all of which we know can be beneficial to the treatment of mental health problems.
There's also some treatments like ECT that we utilise for some of the most serious conditions. They also have lots of opportunities to have one-on-one discussions with their nurse.
In hospital you will be greeted at a reception desk.
They'll help you get to the ward and find your way around.
Usually a nurse will greet you, take some admission details and show you around the place - so you know where to go for various things.
Your psychiatrist is responsible for leading your care. That means your psychiatrist will meet with you most days, review how things are going and what you need to work on next.
Your psychiatrist will also meet regularly with the rest of the team. That means nurses, psychologists, occupational therapists or whoever else in hospital is there to help you.
The average length of stay in a psychiatric hospital now, is about two to three weeks. Many people worry about - what's it going to be like with the other people in hospital.
For many people, having a mental health problem can be quite isolating. Remember that these people are more likely to understand what it's like than most people you meet every day.
People get better in hospital.
They usually need ongoing support afterwards, and your psychiatrist is likely to continue to be part of that care team.