At Gentle Path at The Meadows, the medical and clinical staff is attentive to the needs of patients and always maintains the level of professionalism and confidentiality that enables patients to entirely focus on treatment. We do this by following The Meadows Model of treatment.
The Meadows Model
Our treatment staff utilizes The Meadows Model, which entails:
- Developmental History – A patient’s developmental history is used to track emotional development.
- Emotional State – The therapist assesses whether a patient’s emotional state is less than optimal.
- Patient Actions – The therapist identifies patient actions that create unmanageability and relational problems.
- Younger Ego – Patients learn to identify when they are “activated” or “triggered” into younger ego states.
- Residual Energy – Patients learn that in the present they experience “residual energy” from the past.
- Born Valuable – Patients learn that everyone is born valuable, vulnerable, imperfect, dependent, spontaneous, and open.
- Gain Tools – Patients gain tools to track progress and develop the vocabulary to describe emotions.
- Increased Resiliency – Increased resiliency allows for availability in relationships, living in the here and now, exploring options, understanding choices, and creating stability.
Recovery That Will Last a Lifetime
Long-lasting recovery is the goal of Gentle Path at The Meadows. Located in Wickenburg, Arizona, we provide 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.