Submitted by Nancy Bailey Ph.D., Clinical Director, The Meadows
The young adult community at Dawn at The Meadows is enjoying creating and tending to their “Recovery Garden.” With the help of the Dawn staff, Cheetah in Maintenance and the art therapists, our patient community is having a great time watching their veggies grow. Although there is a healthy competition brewing between the men and the women, everyone is actively engaged in ‘practicing the principles’ in all their gardening affairs! Involving the patients in a project where they can have interest and enjoyment in a living, breathing project is integrated into the Dawn experiential and community focused process. Stay tuned for periodic updates on the Recovery Garden and more photos all along the way! For more information about the experiential based inpatient treatment program for young adults at Dawn at The Meadows, click here.
The Meadows is pleased to announce Claudia Black and Maureen Canning will be presenting at the Process Addictions Conference in Las Vegas on April 22-24, 2009.
Claudia Black will be discussing “Deceived: Facing Sexual Betrayal, Lies and Secrets” as well as “Barriers to Recovery: Anger, Secrets & Family Enabling Clinical Strategies.”
Maureen Canning will be presenting “Lust, Anger, Love: Understanding Sexual Addiction and the Road to Healthy Intimacy.”