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.
The mind-body-soul connection
Spirituality is an integral part of overall well-being. At Gentle Path at The Meadows, we believe that treatment for addiction and trauma needs to address the whole person, that’s why our spirituality counseling focuses on the importance of rediscovering a spiritual connection. Spirituality allows people to make sense of their lives and to bring purpose to their actions.
Those suffering from trauma and addiction have often lost their sense of purpose. Through this therapeutic process, spiritual counselors at Gentle Path help men find or rediscover their faith in a higher power, whatever that means to them, and discover new meaning and purpose in their lives.
The Meadows also has an on-site chaplain available to patients to address questions about spirituality, higher power, or the spiritual process of recovery while always remaining respectful of their individual faith background. Our primary goal is to help everyone further discover and connect with the richness of their own interior spiritual life in whatever way works for them.
Gentle Path is a safe, nurturing community composed of peers where your journey of recovery will include not just dealing with outward behaviors but examining the underlying causes. The goal is to gain the courage to face difficult issues (including grief and loss), heal from emotional trauma, and become accountable for your feelings, behaviors, and recovery.
Taking that first step is hard, but there’s a new life of health and hope just waiting for you. The next chapter of your life can begin now, but only you can change your story.
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