What’s New at The Meadows

Here are just a few of this week’s highlights from the Meadows Behavioral Healthcare family of treatment programs. To have these delivered to your inbox twice a month, sign up for our email newsletter!

We are Paying it Forward with a Special Offer on Inpatient Treatment!

In honor of Pay it Forward Day — an international initiative to create a huge ripple effect of kindness around the world — we are offering a special “Pay it Forward” program price. This limited time promotional offer is for 45-day, inpatient treatment at The Meadows, Claudia Black Young Adult Center, Gentle Path at The Meadows, and Willow House at The Meadows. Call 866-331-3368 today to take advantage of this opportunity. Learn more here.

Limited Time Discount Offer On Workshops

Enroll in a workshop at Rio Retreat center at The Meadows before June 30, 2017 and save $500.

Call our Workshop Coordinator at 866-331-3368 for details.

*Some exclusions apply.

Full descriptions, dates, and registration information for our full workshop offering are available on our website here.

Meadows Senior Fellows Featured at U.S. Journal Training Conference

For behavioral health professionals, The U.S. Journal Training Conferences are some of most highly anticipated events of the year. We are proud to be sponsors of this year’s conference and we’re honored to have three of our Senior Fellows — Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, Dr. Kevin McCauley, and Dr. Shelley Uram — among the distinguished presenters.

Remuda Ranch Patients Find Peace of Mind in The Brain Center

At the new Remuda Ranch at The Meadows Brain Center, not only are patients thoroughly enjoying the serene, beautiful, and peaceful setting, they are also sensing positive changes in mood, energy, clarity, and sleep.

Help Your Clients Heal from Grief and Loss

In her latest article for TheMeadows.com, Senior Fellow Dr. Tian Dayton says that it’s important to recognize the need for healing from all types of loss, including the loss of self.

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