The Meadows Workshops
The Meadows’ one-of-a-kind workshops offer healing and empowerment to individuals in various stages of their recovery.
– Claudia Black, Senior Fellow
Our workshops address the needs of those who have just begun a recovery process as well as those who have been on a recovery path and may have hit a plateau or want to deepen their experience. Workshops can also be a source of renewal for anyone who has undergone treatment. Participants work on sensitive issues in a concentrated format allowing them to jump-start and enhance their personal recovery journey by gaining insight into unhealthy patterns and practicing new relational skills within a safe environment.
Pricing & Registration
Workshops are not covered by insurance carriers. Please call for pricing. Since workshops fill quickly, we encourage making reservations three to four weeks in advance. Register by contacting our Intake Department at 800-244-4949.
2019 Workshop Dates
For more than 40 years, The Meadows trauma treatment program has been helping those struggling with emotional trauma to heal and learn the skills necessary to cope with the devastating, and often hidden, effects of trauma. Our intensive, professional development workshops, are designed to help mental health and addiction professionals gain additional skills and insights for effectively treating their clients.
Professional Development Workshops
For Professionals – The Body Keeps The Score: Filling the Empty Spaces of Disrupted Attachment Through Embodied Movement and Theatre
Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows offers confidential and customized private intensives for individuals who may require a higher level of anonymity. Our team of highly qualified experts utilizes cutting-edge modalities to tailor an intensive workshop experience to the specific needs of each client or family and can accommodate a flexible schedule.
We are committed to your privacy. To speak with our private intensive coordinator, please call 866.922.0945.
1245 Jack Burden Road, Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Spirit: A Somatic Equine Workshop is held on a scenic, rustic ranch a short distance from Wickenburg, AZ. Details will be provided at time of registration.
Lodging & Transportation
Rio Retreat Bunkhouse has lodging available on a first come, first served basis. Lodging at the Bunkhouse is designed to be conducive to the process of healing and recovery and is purposely free of the distractions that often accompany hotel lodging. Rooms are simply appointed and are shared occupancy (2 guests per room). Guests will be placed with a roommate who is also attending a workshop at the Rio Retreat Center. For those staying at the Rio Retreat Bunkhouse, transportation will be available from the Phoenix airport, with two convenient pickup times. Details will be sent with your confirmation email upon completion of the sign-up process.
Those who do not stay at the Rio Retreat Bunkhouse will be responsible for arranging and paying for their own lodging and transportation to the Wickenburg area. A list of lodging and transportation options will be sent with your workshop confirmation email.
Workshop groups run Monday through Friday from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The schedule is somewhat flexible to accommodate the size of the group and group process. Evening programming provided after dinner between 6:00 and 7:00 p.m.
The Meadows Rio Retreat campus is strictly alcohol and drug-free and has a dress code and smoking policy. Please consult our Workshop Coordinator for more information.
Cancellation / Transfer Policy
We rely on an accurate attendance count to make important arrangements for your workshop. If a cancellation occurs more than 14 days prior to the start of the workshop, a full refund, less a $600 administrative fee will be issued or an allowance is made for a one-time transfer to another workshop date. There is a $100 transfer fee for this service. No cancellation or transfer within 14 days of the workshop date. If you have to cancel or transfer your workshop, please contact our Intake Department at 800-244-4949 as soon as possible—we often have a waiting list of people who want to attend.