Therapies & Services

Comprehensive Recovery Blending Clinical and Holistic

The Meadows Outpatient Center offers an eight-week treatment program that includes intensive group therapy, individual therapy with our master’s-level licensed clinicians, and a combination of other therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Somatic Experiencing (SE), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Neurofeedback is provided in our on-site Brain Center, along with trauma-sensitive yoga, art therapy, tai chi, qigong, and other holistic offerings. Family participation is also a valuable part of the program, and we incorporate 12-Step principles for a comprehensive, holistic program.


12-Step Model

Therapeutic Modalities

Our master’s level licensed clinicians are highly trained in a wide range of treatment methods. During group and one-on-one sessions, they may employ a combination of therapeutic modalities including:

Brain Center

Each of our outpatient locations features a state-of-the-art Brain Center aimed at assisting patients with self-regulation to enhance and expedite their recovery process. These services are available to patients as well as those in the community as a standalone service. Offerings include:

  • Neurofeedback
  • Biofeedback
  • Dedicated Meditation Room
  • Cranio-electro Stimulation
  • Heart-rate Variability
  • Chi Machine


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Wellness/Holistic Offerings

Whole person recovery involves physical, mental, and emotional well-being. To help patients achieve this our outpatient program includes the following holistic offerings:

Family Involvement

The Meadows Outpatient Center family program encourages the patient’s family members and significant others to become involved in the treatment process and active in self-help support groups to reinforce healthy, non-enabling interaction and continue their own program of recovery.

We offer two different family groups to meet a variety of needs for loved ones of those in treatment:

Multifamily Group – Learning effective communication skills is a high priority during the family issues group. We believe it is very empowering to learn how to talk to one another in a healthy, clear, assertive manner that yields positive results. Every week, one session is devoted to the multifamily group and family members attend with the patient. If the patient’s family members live out of state, we can involve them remotely through online video conferencing while local families are encouraged to attend sessions each week. These sessions are free of charge to family members with a loved one currently enrolled in our outpatient programs.

Family Recovery Group – This weekly group meeting just for family members is facilitated by a Meadows-trained, experienced family therapist whose goal is to help family members learn how to be helpful, how to stop enabling, and how to switch the focus from the patient to their own recovery. This is a safe place to ask questions and get answers, interact with others going through similar situations, and find plenty of mutual support.

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Time-tested Treatment

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