How To Make An Appointment With Us
To make an appointment or speak to our practice manager Clare Hadland call:
01993 77 99 94 or 01993 77 90 77
or contact us by e-mail:
If you are considering having therapy with us, please do telephone or email first. We will be very happy to help. Unfortunately because we are not a walk-in service or emergency service we are unable to deal with initial enquiries face to face from our centres.
The Oxford Development Centre Ltd offers appointments in Witney, Oxfordshire and Stroud, Gloucestershire. If clients are unable to travel to either centre, appointments may be arranged at a convenient location such as at home or in the workplace. Telephone and inter-active web-based consultations may also be available. Contact us to find out more.
The Oxford Development Centre Ltd
47 High Street
Witney is a busy market town situated on the A40 between Burford and Oxford (about 10 miles). Our premises are conveniently located on the High Street between Welch Way and Gloucester Place in the town centre. Metered on-street parking is available in the immediate vicinity, but clients may find it easier to park in the nearby Marriott Walk multi-storey car park just off Welch Way which offers free parking for up to five hours. There are excellent and frequent bus services to and from Oxford which stop right outside the practice.
Centre for Trauma Healing and Positive Growth
38 Palace Chambers
Stroud is a vibrant Fairtrade Market Town with cafes, restaurants and interesting shops. Encircled by five sweeping valleys opening out to the River Severn, this beautiful area of the Cotswolds was made famous by Laurie Lee’s novel “Cider with Rosie”.
The Centre for Trauma Healing and Positive Growth is a comfortable, well-equipped and newly-refurbished practice in Palace Chambers, a row of converted terraced houses conveniently situated on the London Road in the centre of Stroud. Full instructions on how to find us will be e-mailed to you at the time of booking your appointment.
Stroud has good access to London, Birmingham and the South-West via train or the M5 motorway.