Wickenburg, Arizona (PRWEB) March 14, 2014
Gentle Path at The Meadows recently launched their website targeted at potential patients and referring health care professionals searching for treatment resources. Gentle Path at The Meadows, a sexual addiction treatment center for men ages 18 and older, officially opened its doors to patients on February 1, 2014 on a secluded campus in Wickenburg, Arizona. The website features an overview of Gentle Path’s therapeutic approach, a photo tour of the campus, and bios of key staff including program founder, Dr. Patrick Carnes.
Gentle Path at The Meadows hosted an open house for CSAT therapists attending the 9th Annual International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) Symposium in Scottsdale, Ariz. from Feb. 20-22, 2014. IITAP offers premier training and cutting-edge educational resources for practitioners who treat people with addictive and compulsive sexual behaviors.
In attendance at the open house were Dr. Carnes, the Gentle Path at The Meadows clinical staff, and special guests including The Meadows Senior Fellows, Dr. Claudia Black and Alexandra Katehakis.
“We are proud to be a source of recovery for the CSAT community and for individuals who suffer from sexual addiction,” said Allan Benham, Gentle Path at The Meadows Executive Director. “Working with Dr. Carnes to bring Gentle Path’s groundbreaking treatment to The Meadows family, we are excited to extend our reach with the launch of our new website, and hopefully find some individual who may have otherwise not been helped.”
Gentle Path at The Meadows is a confidential inpatient treatment center for men 18 and older who battle sexual addiction, relationship addiction, and sexual anorexia. To learn more about Gentle Path at The Meadows’ work, contact an intake coordinator at 855-333-6076 or visit http://www.gentlepathmeadows.com.
Gentle Path at The Meadows offers a proven, task-centered approach to long-term sexual addiction recovery. Patrick Carnes, Ph.D., C.A.S., world-renowned speaker and author on addiction, is the primary architect of the Gentle Path treatment program, founder of Gentle Path at The Meadows, and a Senior Fellow of The Meadows. Gentle Path at The Meadows integrates Dr. Carnes’ methodology with The Meadows Model of Developmental Immaturity and The Meadows’ signature Survivors Week to concurrently address sex addiction and trauma. The treatment program is guided by a multi-disciplinary team and includes a full-time medical physician, full-time Psychologist and CSAT therapists. Gentle Path at The Meadows is the only treatment program with Dr. Carnes’ personal involvement. Dr. Carnes meets individually with each patient during their treatment. Gentle Path at The Meadows is accredited by The Joint Commission.