Help for Sexual Addiction Through Family Week
Our Intensive Family Week Program typically takes place during the fourth or fifth week of the patient’s treatment program. The treatment team will advise family members of the actual dates. Family members and significant others are invited on campus to actively participate in their loved one’s recovery process. In the weeks leading up to Family Week, patients discover that much of their current dysfunctional and maladaptive behaviors stem from past trauma.
The Benefits of Family Week include:
- An opportunity for patients and their families to understand family-of-origin dynamics and family systems so that they can begin the healing process together during family week.
- The group setting – family members, patients, and a family counselor – allows for an open and honest reflection of the behavioral patterns that contributed to a patient’s unhealthy and maladaptive lifestyle.
- Patients and their families during family week learn how to effectively communicate, support each other emotionally, and establish appropriate boundaries.
- Collaboration fosters the healing process and brings families closer, promoting long-term healing and recovery.
Focus on the Family
Rebuilding relationships are important. Gentle Path at The Meadows, located in Wickenburg, Arizona, provides an intensive, experiential-based 45-day treatment program for men with the complex issues of sexual addictions.
We are a Behavioral Health Inpatient Facility with 28 beds, providing the highest level of care dedicated exclusively to men suffering from sexual addictions. We are accredited by The Joint Commission which demonstrates our ongoing commitment to safe, high-quality treatment. Patients can be assured that they will receive outstanding care at Gentle Path at The Meadows.
In a safe and nurturing community composed of their peers, men are guided on their journey of recovery by examining the underlying causes of addiction and co-occurring disorders. The goal is for these individuals to gain the courage to face difficult issues, including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their feelings, behaviors, and recovery. Visit us here or feel free to phone us at 855-333-6076.