Four decades of healing history, the top experts in an often-misunderstood field, and the most advanced approaches to address a wide range sexual addiction and behavioral disorders.
Our comprehensive program addresses sexual addictions, unresolved trauma, and co-occurring issues, going beyond symptoms to explore root issues and lay the groundwork for lasting healing.
Group and one-on-one therapy are just the beginning. We employ a wide range of methods and modalities, including valuable peer support, to address each person’s unique needs.
Let us help you determine if our program is right for your situation, discuss insurance coverage, payment options, and let you know what to expect upon arriving at treatment.
Change takes work, but it can’t be harder than living with unresolved addiction, trauma, and other disorders. If you or someone you love needs help, we’re ready and waiting.
May 24, 2023
The Meadows Web Team
One tool regularly used in wellness treatment that is highly effective in assessing the amount of trauma we’ve experienced is the adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) survey. This survey doesn’t treat mental health and isn’t a substitute for a professional evaluation, but it can help you to understand your past and present risk factors, and what your next steps can be.
April 28, 2023
The idea of sexual addiction lives almost squarely in the straightest of boxes. We assume it’s a guy who took pornography too far or gets caught acting out sexually, maybe someone whose wife or girlfriend has finally had enough and insisted he get help before she’s out the door.
But sex addiction (aka hypersexuality) isn’t limited to heterosexual men. Not by a long shot.
March 17, 2023
If you’re struggling with addiction and taking the proactive measures needed to prioritize your treatment, you are making an important and significant move forward with your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Admitting you need help is a giant leap in the right direction.
February 28, 2023
According to 2020 data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), men make up 49% of the US population, but they account for 80% of all suicides. What is causing this correlation between men and suicide? And what can be done to help prevent these deaths?
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