Julie Coates is the Residential Manager of Parkland Place, and she takes us on a tour through our premises. Julie has years of experience in managing recovery projects and the therapeutic services provided for adults which have learning difficulties.
Julie has worked with people throughout her career path, being a case worker and as a mentor and coach. Personal and professional integrity and inspiring change are her most important values.
In the video, we take a look at the therapy delivery room where we hold all of the group sessions in the mornings. We make sure that this is a warm and inviting space so that our guests feel comfortable during the sessions.
For personal counselling sessions, we have rooms that are private and out of the way, so our guests will be confident that they are in a completely safe and confidential environment. You can view our Guest Programme Guide here to see in more detail the treatment we provide.
There are multiple living spaces which the guests can use to relax and watch TV, or they can choose to escape from technology in our library. The living space at Parkland Place is also used for spending time with visitors.
We have an open and spacious dining room where our guests can receive our meals. We strive to use local produce where we can, and have created an interesting and nutritious menu.
Each of the bedrooms at Parkland Place are en-suite and choices of individual styling and personalisation options. Many of our rooms have shuttered feature windows with great views out across the grounds.
Our treatment centre is located in the grounds of National Trust farmland which is surrounded by woodland, wildlife and birdsong.
Our team at Parkland Place are very experienced and highly-skilled in addiction recovery. They work closely with guests so they can fully understand their personal needs and help them to build their recovery capital. They also work to renew their personal and professional lives, giving them a fresh outlook and new goals to attain.