Join us on the road to a happy destiny at the 2016 Meadows Alumni retreat, where you’ll gather more tools to help you clear away the wreckage of your past and madness into mindfulness as you continue to trudge your way to the top!
The retreat will take place January 15 -17, 2016. Speakers will include Dr. Shelley Uram, Scott Davis, and others. Pia Mellody will offer a Q&A session, and attendees will be able to choose from available yoga, expressive arts, or experiential workshop sessions. Musician Michael Shapiro will provide evening entertainment. Visit the 2016 Alumni Retreat webpage to see the full agenda.
Discounted early bird registration ends December 4, 2015, with full-price registration offered through January 14.
Do you like the idea of working for a company that helps change lives? If you have experience in business development, sales, or behavioral healthcare, along with great time management and organizational skills, great people skills, and the ability to contribute to a dynamic and driven team, we may have the perfect opportunity for you.
We are searching for two full-time Business Development Liaisons to be stationed in Phoenix, Arizona. Business Development Liaisons talk with therapists and other behavioral health professionals in their assigned territories to keep them informed of the resources and treatment programs that The Meadows and Remuda Ranch at The Meadows can offer to their patients. They also host professional development and networking events, and attend conferences and trade shows. A successful liaison will demonstrate the ability to identify the needs of professionals in their territory and address those needs effectively.
If you’re interested, apply online through our Talent Network. Please include a cover letter and tell us where you first learned about this job opportunity.
On a 14-acre campus in the serene Sonoran Desert, The Meadows employs traditional group therapies combined with alternative physical and emotional therapies. We also provide patients with a depth of treatment that taps into the underlying root issues behind self-destructive behaviors like low self-esteem, codependency, immaturity and childhood trauma. Whether you're entering treatment for the first time or find yourself in relapse, The Meadows Model is unparalleled in producing successful outcomes for recovery and a proven model for treating trauma and addiction. Learn more on The Meadows website.
For more than 25 years, Remuda Ranch at The Meadows has offered an unparalleled depth of care through its unique, comprehensive, and individualized program for treating eating disorders and co-occurring conditions affecting adolescent girls and women. Set in the healing landscape of Wickenburg, Arizona, Remuda Ranch at The Meadows allows for seamless transitions between its structured multi-phase treatment. A world-class clinical team of industry experts examines core issues through a host of proven modalities. Providing individuals with tools to re-engage in a healthy relationship with food – and with themselves – disempowers eating disorders and empowers individuals with a renewed enthusiasm for life. To learn more, visit Remuda Ranch at The Meadows’ website.
We are pleased to announce that Kyle Wescoat has joined our team as Chief Financial Officer. He replaces Rick Flaherty, who is retiring.
Kyle comes to The Meadows with more than 25 years of CFO experience in a variety of well-regarded public and private companies including Emulex, VIZIO and Vans. He also has previous experience in the field of behavioral health as the former Executive Vice President and CFO of Aspen Education Group. He received his undergraduate degree from Drexel University and MBA in Finance from the University of Michigan.
“Kyle has proven himself to be a tremendous CFO and organizational leader in a variety of settings. He brings with him a remarkable set of skills and experiences that I believe will benefit The Meadows as we continue to grow and evolve in the rapidly changing behavioral health environment” says Meadows Behavioral Health CEO Jim Dredge. “I look forward to working with Kyle as we explore and execute on new ways of providing high quality services to our patients while remaining sensitive to the increasing demands for thoughtful, efficient delivery and outcomes.”
Kyle is also active in his community. He has maintained a long time involvement with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, California, and Hoag Hospital Presbyterian. He serves as Chairman of Hoag Irvine’s Executive Advisory Board, and on the President’s Advisory Council at Drexel University.
“I want to thank Jim and the board for giving me this opportunity to join The Meadows at this exciting time in its history,” Kyle says. “For more than 25 years, The Meadows and Remuda Ranch have been synonymous with the highest level of patient care and innovation. It is our goal to continue to lead the industry in not only the services provided, but how they are provided, as well.”
Dredge added, “I want to thank Rick Flaherty for his hard work and contribution to Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. I wish him the very best.”
We are grateful every day for the opportunity to change lives and give hope to those struggling with a addiction, emotional trauma, or mental health issues. As a token of our GRATITUDE, we are offering to cover airfare for individuals admitting to inpatient treatment at…
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Since the 1980s, The Meadows has been the forerunner in providing intensive workshops that transform lives. We’re pleased to announce that we’re expanding our workshop offerings with the opening of The Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows, a state-of-the-art facility designed with participants’ healing and empowerment in mind. The center is situated on the Remuda Ranch campus, a historical dude ranch that offers a serene, peaceful, desert setting for workshop attendees.
The Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows will allow us to offer even more workshops and to enhance the overall experience for participants. In addition to the intensive educational and therapeutic experience that workshop participants have always enjoyed, those who attend a workshop at The Rio Retreat center will have the option to participate in additional evening activities like art, yoga, Thai Chi, 12-step meetings, live music performances, camp fires, equine therapy, ropes courses and more. They will also be treated to three meals a day, prepared by The Meadows extraordinary chef.
Jean Collins-Stuckert, LCSW, LISAC, CSAT, will serve as Clinical Director of the Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows, where she will spearhead the development and integration of several new workshops and activities. Our new workshops will cover issues related to eating and nutrition, men’s issues, money and work, couples disclosure, and more. Jean says that she’s pleased to be able to offer participants a peaceful space and the additional support they need for deep personal reflection:
“At Rio Retreat Center, we’ve created a safe and nurturing environment where people can experience deep healing. Garnering insight into personal issues, overcoming obstacles, and processing through trauma will jumpstart new recovery or heighten existing recovery. I’m delighted about the opportunity to grow our program in order to meet the needs of more people.”
In addition to our signature Survivor’s Workshop and other tried-and-true intensives, there are two new workshops currently available at the new Rio Retreat Center. Mind & Heart: A Mindful Path to Wholehearted Living, will help people to free themselves from self-limiting patterns of thinking through scientifically researched mindfulness techniques; and, The Betrayal Bond: Breaking Free of Exploitive Relationships helps people begin to heal from destructive attachments. Also, starting in early 2016, we will offer Discovery to Recovery: An Intensive Series for Couples Healing from Sex Addiction.
The Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows will also serve as a venue for training events and workshops for therapists and behavioral health professionals. The Meadows world class senior fellows and clinicians, and other leaders from around the country will develop and present these outstanding opportunities for professional growth. More details will be available in the coming months.
The Meadows CEO Sean Walsh is excited about what The Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows means for the future of Meadows Behavioral Healthcare:
“We are in the business of changing lives. We’ve seen firsthand how our workshops have made a difference to so many, and I’m looking forward to being able to offer the same kind of hope and healing to even more people.”
You can find a schedule of currently available workshop on The Meadows website. Since workshops fill quickly, we encourage making reservations three to four weeks in advance.
If you have questions, or if you’d like to register, contact our Intake Department at 800-244-4949.