At The Meadows we ensure your patient receives the highest quality of care whether as an inpatient or attendee of one of our workshops. We are licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services as a Behavioral Health Inpatient Facility and accredited by The Joint Commission. Our masters’ level clinicians, board-certified psychiatrists, 24-hour nursing staff and physicians are fully committed to the patient treatment and recovery process.
For many years, the term “recovery” was thought to relate to addiction alone. At The Meadows, we believe trauma affects everyone in different ways and can have its own recovery. We focus on recovery from trauma, whether related to addiction, family-of-origin issues or abuse in any form.
Our holistic treatment approach sets The Meadows apart from other treatment facilities. Guided with the help of our Senior Fellows − world-renowned experts who are thought leaders in their disciplines − we help patients recover from childhood relational trauma by giving them the tools needed to address symptoms of root trauma in their adult lives.
Located on a 14-acre campus, 50 miles northwest of Phoenix, The Meadows offers a serene and private setting for patients to undergo a variety of therapies including:
- Small Group Sessions
- Family Week
- Somatic Experiencing® (SE)
- Equine Therapy
- Expressive Arts
- Nutrition Consultation
- Spirituality Counseling
- Wellness/Holistic Counseling
- Yoga, Tai Chi and Acupuncture
- 12-step Model
- Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
We also offer extended care programs, designed to continue the healing process and transition patients to life outside The Meadows.
Your Patient and The Meadows
Every patient at The Meadows is assigned a primary therapist, family therapist, workshop facilitator, attending psychiatrist and a medical physician. In addition, each patient has a treatment team that consists of a 24-hour nursing staff, evening and weekend counselors and an individual therapist for Somatic Experiencing, EMDR and EFT. All group sessions are facilitated by both a primary therapist and a family therapist. Group sizes average approximately eight patients per group.
For patient admissions, you can direct your patient to fill out a screening form online or contact our Intake Staff at 800-244-4949. For questions regarding a patient’s unique needs, call ahead and speak with an intake representative to better understand how The Meadows can help. Learn more about admitting a patient.
Once your patient is admitted, you will be able to work with The Meadows to ensure your patient’s health and progress. Visit our “Checking on Your Patient” page for more information on this process.
Resources for Health Professionals
Whether you’re looking to sharpen your practice or determine if The Meadows is a fit for your patient, visit our “Continuing Education” page to learn more.