This Is Where
I Change My Story
The Meadows exists to heal your unresolved emotional trauma and provide you with the tools to transform your life. Whether you or someone you love is entering treatment for the first time, or a relapse occurs, The Meadows Model is unparalleled in producing successful outcomes for recovery and is a proven vanguard for treating trauma and addiction.
The Meadows understands the challenges of a hurting loved one and goes the extra mile to ensure families are included in the patient treatment process. The Meadows’ Family Week provides treatment that is focused on success for the long term and developing a supportive environment for patients once they leave campus and continue recovery at home.Learn More
We know that even though some people may suffer from the same mental health concerns, they each will have their own unique story and past history. This means that a one-size-fits-all approach to treatment will not work. At The Meadows, we create an individualized treatment plan for you based on your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs to help you achieve long-lasting recovery.Learn More
At The Meadows, our treatment program was designed by experts in their respective fields. Our Senior Fellows are world-renowned industry experts with literally decades of experience who are continuously helping the executive team refine The Meadows Model. Our Senior Fellows also provide specialized education to staff members, healthcare professionals, patients and their families, and alumni.Learn More
Types of Therapy
We believe that successful treatment combines different powerful and unique methodologies that enable support, discovery, and healing.The Meadows’ highly individualized treatment encompasses The Meadows Model to address emotional trauma and addiction with a multi-disciplinary emphasis. In addition to a medical integration model, our staff includes 24-hour nursing, on-site physicians, and a full-time Chief of Psychiatry. This talented team of professionals specializes in trauma resolution using a variety of cutting-edge therapeutic modalities.The Meadows’ innovative Brain Center offers patients neurofeedback and other integrative equipment to aid in grounding and brain regulation. Patients have access to the latest and most efficient technology promoting “self-regulation” skills that can enhance and expedite the recovery process.
The Meadows understands the challenges of a hurting loved one and goes the extra mile to ensure families are included in the patient treatment process. The Meadows’ Family Week provides treatment that is focused on success for the long term and developing a supportive environment for patients once they leave campus and continue recovery at home.
At The Meadows’ innovative Brain Center, patients use state-of-the-art neurobehavioral equipment to aid in grounding and self-regulation to confront their deeper issues with a calmer spirit. This cutting-edge approach addresses the neuroscience of trauma by attempting to better regulate the limbic system in the brain, which allows for better integration and implementation.
Throughout the past few decades, the concept of “wellness” has been emphasized as a foundational principle in the treatment of trauma and addiction. Wellness refers to a balanced, moderate lifestyle that incorporates spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical growth. People who suffer from addiction and trauma often make unhealthy lifestyle choices that harm themselves and bring imbalance to their lives. The Meadows’ wellness program and holistic methodologies help patients create a healthy, satisfying lifestyle. Through the groundbreaking efforts of Pia Mellody, The Meadows has distinguished itself as a wellness pioneer in the holistic treatment of different issues.
Survivors is an essential element of The Meadows’ inpatient treatment program. It is offered year-round as a weeklong workshop, open to all interested individuals. Our signature workshop delves into childhood trauma that impacts current day life. It is an essential component of The Meadows inpatient treatment program and is also open to interested individuals as a stand-alone workshop.