Our main Centre is in a Georgian townhouse on an elegant square in Bristol.
What does a person do if they want to attend Gladstones?
In the first instance you should contact our admissions manager who will be more than happy to discuss your needs and answer any questions that you may have .You can contact by telephone, letter or by email and we will guide you on how to arrange an assessment.
A member of our clinical staff will then speak to the potential client over the phone in order to gather information relating to their personal background and their problem. They will also explain our programme in further detail, including our programme costs.
Once a suitable treatment programme has been agreed, we will then arrange for your arrival at Gladstones.
We are also happy to talk to family members and or friends associates, if you confirm you wish us to do so, in order to answer further questions to allow them to get a firm understanding of what we offer.
How long do people usually attend Gladstones?
Each client’s programme length and structure is devised after their phone consultation with our Clinical Consultant and it varies according to their individual needs and issues. We adopt a flexible approach and we work around family and work commitments whenever possible. We are able to meet each client’s preferred beginning and end dates with greater personal responsiveness than other programmes which have a rigid beginning and end date.
What are the costs?
As we offer a variety of different services within our centre we have a range of costs according to the various options.
All program costs are individually determined according to your specific treatment needs. We invite you to contact the admissions manager of Gladstones to discuss your treatment needs where upon a full assessment will be made.
For customers who are using private medical insurance we are more than happy to talk to the insurer and provide the relevant details they require.