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Alexandra Katehakis

Meadows Senior Fellow Wins AASECT Book of the Year Award

May 26, 2015

The Meadows Senior Fellow, Alexandra Katehakis, MFT, CSAT-S, CST-S, is the co-recipient of the 2015 Book of the Year Award from the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) for the book, Mirror of Intimacy: Daily Reflections on Emotional and Erotic Intelligence. Co-written by Tom Bliss, Center for…

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Trauma Treatment

Scott E. Davis Appointed Clinical Director of The Meadows

May 26, 2015

Scott E. Davis, M.Ed, LPC, LCDC was appointed clinical director of The Meadows, the most trusted name in treating trauma and addiction. In his new role, Davis will oversee the main campus’ clinical team, along with The Brain Center and Continuing Care. Prior to joining The Meadows, Davis was director…

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Partners of Sex Addiction

Gentle Path at The Meadows Offers Couples Recovery Workshop

May 19, 2015

Gentle Path at The Meadows has announced the addition of Couples Recovery Workshop to its services available to patients. Designed by Kenneth M. Adams, PhD, CSAT, with input from over a dozen leading national experts and Gentle Path at The Meadows clinical and executive teams, this program emphasizes hope for…

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War "Exists in an Outside Moral Universe": An Iraq Veteran Explains Moral Injury

War "Exists in an Outside Moral Universe": An Iraq Veteran Explains Moral Injury

May 19, 2015

At The Meadows, we are honored to provide behavioral health and substance abuse inpatient services, with an emphasis on trauma, PTSD, and addictive disease disorders, to active duty military members, retirees and dependents of the TRICARE West Region. In the interview below, US Army infantryman Alex Horton depicts what readjusting…

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Shelley Uram

To Thine Own Self Be True

May 18, 2015

By Dr. Shelley Uram Authentic Self What is it? Where does it come from? Why don’t most of us know about it? Most of us are well acquainted with aspects of our personality, like being a nice person, an addict, a good employee, the therapist, the hero, the traumatized person,…

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Sex Addiction

Why sex addicts and their partner keep having the same argument.

May 15, 2015

Understanding Karpman's Triangle Marie Woods, LMFT, CSATPrimary Therapist, Gentle Path at The Meadows In relationships, individuals tend to develop a predictable pattern of acting and reacting to one another that they become accustomed to. This dynamic is sometimes referred to as their dance. This can often be a rather beautiful…

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GQ Tackles Sex Addiction

GQ Tackles Sex Addiction

May 13, 2015

The Many Faces Of Sexual Addiction The article entitled “Insatiable: The Real Lives of Sex Addicts” in the May issue of GQ magazine is a positive step in helping to overcome the stigma attached to sexual addiction. The media can serve as a source of much-needed education when it allows…

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SongwritingWith:Soldiers Workshop at 26th Annual International Trauma Conference

SongwritingWith:Soldiers Workshop at 26th Annual International Trauma Conference

May 11, 2015

The 26th Annual International Trauma Conference, which focuses on psychological trauma: neuroscience, attachment, and therapeutic interventions, takes place May 27-30 and will feature a very special workshop to help soldiers rebuild trust, release pain and forge new bonds through song. SongwritingWith:Soldiers (SW:S) uses songwriting as a catalyst for positive change.…

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Art Therapy

The Meadows Hosts The Free-A-Tive Experience with Beth Easter

May 5, 2015

Recently Jenna Pastore, Director of Business Development East Region for The Meadows, teamed up with Beth Easter, LADAC, CSAT to host an afternoon of self-care and creative expression through art. Clinicians from the Nashville, Tennessee area, put aside their jackets, letters, and logo on April 29, 2015 and got to…

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Yoga Class

The Meadows Offers Yoga to Workshop Participants

April 13, 2015

The Meadows has enriched the workshop experience for attendees by offering yoga as an adjunct benefit to all of its 5-day workshops. Group yoga will be offered twice during the workshop duration as a way to increase tolerance of feelings which allows participants to “go deep.” Integrating yoga supports the…

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