The Meadows inpatient treatment center specializes in treating unresolved emotional trauma, along with its effects on individuals, including alcohol and drug addiction; sex and love addiction; panic and anxiety disorders; PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder); codependency; depression; and bipolar disorder – along with co-occurring conditions. The Meadows focuses on addiction, family-of-origin issues, and all forms of abuse in a safe and comforting environment. Company's team of behavioral health professionals examines core issues and subsequent dysfunctional developmental patterns that lead to self-destructive behaviors, such as addiction, depression, physical illness, resentments, problems with intimacy and spirituality, and negative-control and impulsivity issues.
HQWickenburg, US
Size (employees)193 (est)+2%
Meadows Behavioral Healthcare was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Wickenburg, US
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Key People/Management at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare

Sean Walsh

Sean Walsh

David Anderson

David Anderson

Executive Director
Scott Davis

Scott Davis

Clinical Director
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Meadows Behavioral Healthcare Office Locations

Meadows Behavioral Healthcare has an office in Wickenburg
Wickenburg, US (HQ)
1655 N Tegner St
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Meadows Behavioral Healthcare Blogs

Building a Recovery Tribe with Senior Fellow Jenni Schaefer

In this new article Senior Fellow Jenni Schaefer offers 11 ideas to help with the symptoms of isolation and loneliness that often accompany mental illness. Full Article:

New Blog about Triggers by Clinical Director of Rio Retreat

<p>Dr. Fourlas delves into three current events and how they could trigger trauma based on past events. The film 'A Star is Born', the recent limousine crash that occurred in New York, and the controversial debate surrounding the appointment to the Supreme Court are discussed, as well as why t…

Understanding and Coping with Grief and Loss

Dr. Kübler-Ross proposed that while each person will experience the stages of grief differently, the grieving process is a normal and healthy expression of emotions. Although emotions such as pain, anger, and fear may bring about much discomfort during the grieving process, these emotions also have…

Senior Fellow Kristin Kirkpatrick speaking at 9th Annual Western Conference on Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders

Once again, we have assembled many of this nation’s leading speakers, authors, and trainers to present on the most pertinent topics of specific interest to professionals in the fields of mental/behavioral health and addictive disorders. Topics: Neuroscience and Therapy Mastering Anxiety Trauma and…

Controlled Breathing Calms Your Brain

While it’s long been known that breathing is connected to your brain (and vice versa), it wasn’t until early 2017 that researchers discovered breathing may directly affect your brain activity, including your state of arousal and higher-order brain function.1 Breathing is initiated by a cluster of n…

The Nature of Traumatic Memory: Why Our Memories Terrifying Events are Spotty

We are designed by nature to not let the full weight of the experience become conscious, such is her protective strategy. Nature does not want us thinking about whether or not we should run from a saber-toothed tiger, she wants us just to run, so she puts first things first, action before thought. …
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