Online Rehab or Therapy over Zoom, Skype and other Video Conferencing Programs
We are able to offer some online rehab and recovery over Zoom, Skype and other online video conferencing programs.
These secure communications systems are allowing us to provide essential support to our clients, especially during the current lockdown environment due to Covid 19 (Coronavirus).
Benefits of online therapy
Research has proven that online therapy can be as effective as face-to-face conventional therapy.
Access online therapy with our expert Addiction Therapists in the comfort of your own home or somewhere else that’s more convenient for you.
The flexibility of receiving expert treatment without having to travel. This is particularly helpful if your mobility, mental health issues or the area in which you live make it difficult for you to leave your home.
Expert one to one Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with one of our Addictions Therapists
Day time, evening and weekend sessions available. A time can be arranged to suit you.
The choice to receive as many therapy sessions as you need or want
What we can help you with
Parkland Place Online Therapy is appropriate for people over the age of 18. We can support many common mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and stress management. We can also support people facing life challenges such as grief, loss, career and relationship issues, as well as supporting recovery including maintaining motivation, managing cravings and relapse prevention.
Meet the Addictions Therapists
Our management and staff team boasts years of experience and expertise in the fields of addiction, rehabilitation and recovery.
Your online therapy will be personal, tailored to you and your needs.
How to get started
Fill the form in with your details and we will call you back at a time to suit you.
If you need a diagnosis for your mental health concerns and/or need to be prescribed medication, or access our detox facility a separate telephone assessment with a consultant may be required. For further information, and to discuss your needs further, call us today on 01492 203421.
Lead Addictions Therapist
The best thing about my role is being part of a person’s recovery journey. seeing the changes, they make and how they learn to become the people they were always meant to be.
I have worked for CAIS for approx. 16 years. prior to coming to Parkland Place, I managed Ty’n Rodyn, CAIS’s first rehab unit. During this time, I worked with a variety of clients with multiple complex needs.
During my spare time, I spend time with my husband and daughter. We also have springer spaniel whom I run with. we enjoy country walks and adventures.
I believe my job places me in a privileged position as it affords me the opportunity of meeting a person from the start of their recovery and hopefully right through to the beginning of a new chapter of their life. My job allows me to meet people from a diverse variety of backgrounds and cultures, allowing me in-turn to enrich my understanding of the world which I live in.
I have spent the last 25 years working in the field of addiction and mental health, this includes working with both adults and young people. I completed my degree at Bangor University in N.W and the focus of my dissertation was around abstinence as a treatment model. I completed my auricular acupuncture training through SMART UK and I believe that this type of intervention model promotes personal recovery in a holistic manner.
During my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and walking my dog. In addition to this, I like attending the cinema and eating out – I always like to try something different from the menu which doesn’t always work out well! I also help on the family farm; tending to the sheep during the lambing season can be both demanding and rewarding!
Best Thing about my job:
The thing I enjoy the most about my job is being able to play a part in the beginning of someone’s recovery and to watch them flourish during their time with us at Parkland Place.
I have worked within the Mental Health Care sector since graduating from my undergraduate Psychology (BSc) degree at the University of Chester in 2016. My previous roles include recovery worker in supported housing, learning disabilities and I have also worked closely with individuals suffering from eating and personality disorders. I have experience of working with autism, ADHD, schizophrenia, depression and anxiety.
I have worked in Parkland Place as an Addictions Therapist since September 2018. I completed my Masters Degree in Clinical and Health Psychology; my dissertation focused on the role of social recovery groups in substance and
During my free time I like to read (mainly thrillers), I also enjoy listening to true crime podcasts – I am interested in the area of forensic psychology. Additionally, I enjoy spending time with my friends going out for dinner and attending the cinema (we mainly watch Marvel or horror films).