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“Memo to Self” Presented at Meadows Outpatient Center

Earlier this week, The Meadows Outpatient Center hosted a special presentation of Memo to Self: Protecting sobriety through the science of safety, a film by Dr. Kevin McCauley. Dr. McCauley himself is...

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Excessive Exercising and Eating Disorders

When it comes to exercise, more isn’t always better, especially for those who struggle with eating disorders. Hypergymnasia, exercise bulimia, anorexia athletica, and sports anorexia are all common na...

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The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Adult Sexuality

By Cassandra Rustvold, LMSW, MEd, Trauma Therapist at Gentle Path at the Meadows Three commonly experienced symptoms of childhood sexual abuse are also cornerstones of sexual addiction: compulsivity (...

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What to Do When You Think Your Friend Has an Eating Disorder

Eating Disorder Help[/caption] Carrie noticed that her friend Lydia had lost a lot of weight lately. She was paying close attention to her diet and exercising every day. People at school were always c...

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Your First Day at The Meadows Outpatient Center

“HELLLOOO!!!  Welcome to The Meadows Intensive Outpatient Program!” shouts Director Jim Corrington as he jumps from behind his desk to greet me. Jim is a large man, well over six feet...

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The Meadows Intensive Outpatient Program Partners with Blue Cross Blue Shield

Two years ago, we opened the Meadows Outpatient Center in Scottsdale, Arizona with the goal of taking everything we’d learned throughout our 40 years of delivering world-class, quality treatment progr...

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