The sun was shining and spring paid a visit across south western Ontario. It was also the dawning of a new residential treatment centre in Rodney, just outside of London. The Stable Grounds welcomed members of First Response teams to join them for the first look at their facility, and help cut the ribbon at their grand opening.
Guests were able to tour the property and facility and meet members of The Stable Grounds staff team, which include therapists, social workers, recreational therapists, equine specialists, yoga & meditation instructors, a nurse, chefs and program director.
“The feedback we received today at the Grand Opening was of overwhelming appreciation from the First Responder community that support like this exists, and they all left excited to tell their colleagues about it. This place is for them, so that’s the best compliment we can hope for”.
In addition to the 10-bedroom main residential building which includes multiple group and individual therapy space, the facility includes a large heated workshop, a 6-stall barn and a 15,000 square foot indoor training arena. Plans for an additional 13 bedrooms are scheduled for the fall of 2017.
Chief Clinic Director, Reina Zatylny, specializes in the treatment of various forms of trauma with First Responders and the military. As Chief Clinic Director at The Stable Grounds, Ms. Zatylny will help assess the needs of each guest to ensure the proper program is established for their individual needs. Ms. Zatylny has a team of support therapists at The Stable Grounds who will work with her to provide a full assortment of therapy options. “I’ve found that it is the compliment of various approaches on a daily, ongoing basis that have the most effective results”, says Ms. Zatylny.
Over the next 10 days, The Stable Grounds will be conducting private tours for First Responder units or doctors/psychologists/therapists who treat PTSD who wish to tour the facility. Appointments must be scheduled.
For more information visit www.thestablegrounds.com and www.facebook.com/thestablegrounds, or contact Rachel Webber, Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-717-5921.
News Release & Photos Courtesy of The Stable Grounds.