Every patient at Willow House at The Meadows is assigned a primary therapist, family therapist, attending psychiatrist, and a medical professional as part of their treatment team.
Your Patient and Willow House at the Meadows
Additional treatment team members include a 24-hour nursing staff, evening and weekend counselors, a Trauma Resolution Therapist for Somatic Experiencing and/or EMDR, a neurofeedback specialist, and a continuing care coordinator.
Either a primary therapist or a family therapist facilitates all group sessions and group sizes range from five to ten patients with no more than ten patients in the entire facility.
Treatment at Willow House includes:
- A full medical, psychiatric, and psychological assessment that helps determine the treatment course.
- A full trauma assessment including a neurofeedback assessment, trauma modality assessment, and trauma history assessment to inform the trauma course of treatment.
- A full relationship timeline assessment to determine patterns of behavior that may not be easily identifiable and to guide the treatment team in ensuring that the time with us at Willow House is as effective as it can be.
- Psychological testing includes the MMPI-2, MCMI, MAWASI, Anxiety and Depression Testing, and Disordered Eating assessments with an integrated psychological report at the end of treatment.
- Completion of The Meadows signature Survivors experience for trauma.
- A full five-day family week where the patient is joined by their loved ones to share in what they have learned and find ways to heal the family as an entire system and move forward.
Not Just Addiction
For many years, the term “recovery” was thought to relate to addiction alone. At Willow House at The Meadows, we focus on recovery from trauma, whether related to addiction, family-of-origin issues or abuse in any form. We believe trauma affects everyone in different ways and requires its own unique recovery process.
In some cases, your patient might have unique needs that require special attention. With a maximum of 10 patients, Willow House is uniquely qualified to provide the special attention that all of our women need. Call ahead and speak with an admissions coordinator to determine if Willow House at The Meadows can accommodate your patient’s specific situation.
Understanding the Screening Process
All patients admitted to Willow House at The Meadows must undergo a routine screening process designed to ensure that they are a fit for our unique program and can benefit from our care. The screening includes items such as:
- Co-occurring disorders
- Recent hospitalizations
- Pre-existing medical conditions
- Intimacy history
We understand our role as stewards in the care of your patient and we take every precaution to ensure that she receives the level of care needed to either continue along or begin on the road to healing.
Your Recovery is Important to Us
Willow House at The Meadows, located in Wickenburg, Arizona, provides an intensive, experientially based 45-day treatment program for women with the complex issues of intimacy disorders, love addictions, and compulsive sexual behaviors.
We are a Behavioral Health Inpatient Facility with 10 beds, providing the highest level of care dedicated exclusively to women suffering from intimacy and relationship issues. We are accredited by The Joint Commission which demonstrates our ongoing commitment to safe, high-quality care, and treatment. Patients can be assured they will receive outstanding care at Willow House at The Meadows.
In a safe and nurturing community composed of their peers, women are guided on their journey of recovery by examining the underlying causes of intimacy disorders, love addiction, sexual compulsivity, sexual anorexia, and other co-occurring disorders. The goal for these individuals is to gain the courage to face difficult issues including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their own feelings, behaviors, and recovery. Visit us here or feel free to phone us at 877-472-6760.