Types of Therapy
A wide range of modalities for unique needs
Successful treatment combines a diverse range of powerful methodologies that work together to foster support, discovery, and healing. Our comprehensive treatment program encompasses our own Meadows Model to address emotional trauma and addiction with a multi-disciplinary emphasis. Group and one-on-one therapy, techniques like Somatic Experiencing®, EMDR, and neurofeedback as well as holistic options like equine therapy, expressive arts, yoga, and tai chi all combine to create a program like no other.
Throughout the course of a day, a patient will attend a variety of lectures, workshops, therapies, and treatments in a combination of individual and group settings. Patients have a structured weekly schedule with time blocked out for all the different activities throughout each day, though the specifics vary from patient to patient.
The Meadows daily structure is the foundational element to creating an environment that focuses on healing and recovery. Standards such as designated time for disabling phones and computers during the day allow patients to disengage from distraction and focus on discovering themselves and finding healing.Sample Schedule
Addiction, trauma, and mental health issues can be very isolating, and in groups patients find community, camaraderie, and invaluable peer support.Learn More
This cutting-edge approach uses neuroscience to help better regulate the brain's limbic system, enhancing the treatment and recovery process.Learn More
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a powerful, effective, and safe method for alleviating the long-term psychological impact of traumatic experiences.Learn More
Emotional Freedom Technique
This easy-to-learn therapy is based on the theory that disruptions in the body’s energy system cause disturbing emotions. EFT relieves distress and brings positive changes in thinking.Learn More
Internal Family Systems
We all have a core Self that knows how to heal. IFS is a therapeutic approach that helps people find healing by acknowledging, accessing, and loving their protective and wounded inner parts.Learn More
This technique allows individuals to remove emotional scar tissue by going back and recovering feelings related to past trauma in order to feel them, process the experience, and release them.Learn More
Activities like equine therapy, tai chi, yoga, and more can help restore balance and provide benefits that lead to long-term whole-body healing.Learn More
By incorporating 12-Step principles, patients gain additional tools that can help modify negative behaviors, prevent relapse, teach better self-control, and provide permanent healing.Learn More
This trademarked, body-oriented approach developed by one of our own Meadows Senior Fellows allows for more relaxation, containment, and emotional self-regulation.Learn More
Guided by our trained equine specialists, patients interact with horses to illustrate their own relationship patterns and learn new ways of dealing with trauma, addiction, and others.Learn More
Expressive Arts Therapy
Directed projects and unstructured time with mediums like paint, clay, collage, pastels, and colored pencils create an environment that encourages personal expression.Learn More
Safe and Sound Protocol
The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is an evidence-based, auditory therapy that shifts the nervous system to be more present and calm while increasing receptivity to other therapies.Learn More
Our Innovative Brain Center
Unique to The Meadows, our Brain Center provides patients with access to the latest and most effective technology designed to promote self-regulation skills that enhance and expedite the recovery process. Neurofeedback sessions, overseen by trained facilitators, and the use of other state-of-the-art equipment to promote self-regulation skills is available free of charge to anyone enrolled in our treatment program.
Nervous system regulation is used in tandem with our traditional treatment process. This integrative approach addresses the neuroscience of trauma by attempting to better regulate the limbic system in the brain, allowing for improved integration and implementation. It also aids in grounding, allowing individuals to confront their deeper issues with a calmer spirit.
Our Admissions team is here to help 24 hours a day and is experienced in assisting others with compassion, dignity, and respect — hallmark values of The Meadows for more than 40 years. The Meadows’ Admissions Specialists are here to help you on your way to a healthier and more productive lifestyle. When you call, they will lead you through a series of questions to determine if The Meadows is a good fit, and how soon your treatment can begin. If you are interested in The Meadows for yourself or a loved one, call or fill out an admissions form today!