The Meadows Outpatient Center
Silicon Valley, California
Silicon Valley, California
Offering comprehensive outpatient treatment in the heart of northern California’s Silicon Valley
In convenient proximity to key technology companies, our Silicon Valley treatment center offers comprehensive outpatient services for adults dealing with addiction, trauma, and other behavioral health conditions. We provide the same level of clinical excellence and integrity found at The Meadows inpatient programs, but with outpatient flexibility.
The comfortable coastal climate in Sunnyvale, California, makes the Meadows’ Intensive Outpatient Center the ideal place to begin your journey of recovery. Our program setting is ideal for those who have already completed a residential, inpatient, or partial hospitalization treatment program and are looking for further care. Some individuals may qualify for the outpatient program without first having the need for a higher level of care. Every individual’s current issues and circumstances are taken into consideration to be sure they are offered the safest and most appropriate program for their clinical needs.
Sex is part of a normal, healthy life, but when sexual activities or thoughts become consuming or habit-forming, it crosses the line into addiction. Our Men’s Issues Group was established specifically to help men dealing with these complex issues. Participants are allowed to be human, bringing struggles back to the group to be processed and shared with each other. Peer support is used to truly engage and teach men how to reach out to one another, especially in times of crisis. The focus of The Meadows IOP is to continue to develop skills around relapse prevention while building a safe environment for accountability.
The Meadows Outpatient Center has a proven track record of treating this disorder using Dr. Patrick Carnes’ 30 Task Model. Our Men’s Issues Group is facilitated by Tom Olsen (MA, AMFT, CSAT-C), who trained under the guidance of Invia Betjoseph, PsyD, the founder of San Jose Counseling and their men’s sex addiction group. Dr. Betjoseph is also a staff member at Meadows Outpatient Center-Silicon Valley.
Explore the campus of our Dallas facility through our photo gallery and interactive virtual tour.
When you or a loved one needs help, the last thing you want to worry about is figuring out how to pay for treatment. The Meadows Outpatient representatives are highly knowledgeable about insurance plans and coverage, and we work with each case individually to secure the maximum benefits possible. This allows your family to focus on treatment.
Our Silicon Valley Outpatient Center is in-network with Aetna and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Director of Outpatient Services-Silicon Valley
Bryan Nguyen received his master’s degree in counseling psychology with emphases in correctional and health psychology from Santa Clara University in his native state of California. Specializing in addiction treatment, he has worked with adolescents, adults, and families struggling with substance use and mental health issues throughout several clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is passionate about helping patients find healing not only in treatment but also in local support resources as patients reintegrate into daily living. A guest lecturer at various Bay Area universities, Nguyen addresses topics related to addiction treatment and brings expertise in evidence-based treatment to his work at The Meadows Outpatient Center. His personal connection to the larger recovery community also serves as an empathetic bridge to the hardships and hopes that patients experience while in intensive treatment.
In 2007, Jeff Reid left his hometown in Rhode Island to travel halfway across the world and study martial arts in China’s Wudang Mountains. So what did he discover there? And what do those ancient practices offer for people recovering from addiction and mental health issues today?
Aditi Desai, yoga teacher at the Meadows Outpatient Center in Silicon Valley, California, sits down with host David Condos to shine a light on yoga’s ability to heal us – not just physically, but also psychologically – and she shares the practical steps she takes to offer yoga to vulnerable populations in a trauma-sensitive way.