Wickenburg, AZ (PRWEB) May 27, 2015
Scott E. Davis, M.Ed, LPC, LCDC was appointed clinical director of The Meadows, the most trusted name in treating trauma and addiction. In his new role, Davis will oversee the main campus’ clinical team, along with The Brain Center and Continuing Care.
Prior to joining The Meadows, Davis was director of clinical services for the Enterhealth treatment program (Van Alstyne, TX). Prior positions include case manager and eating disorder program director for the Sante Center for Healing (Argyle, TX) and regional director of outpatient services for Phoenix House of Texas (Dallas).
Davis has a Masters of Education in Counseling from the University of North Texas. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (Texas). He has experience working with and treating populations such as substance use disorders, sex addiction, eating disorders, military personnel and trauma. In addition, he has training in such modalities as neurofeedback, brain mapping, EMDR, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
“I’ve known about the work of The Meadows ever since I started my career," said Davis. "Thanks to Pia Mellody’s groundbreaking work, The Meadows had a strong foundation right from the get-go. We’ve had 15 years to adjust this model while the rest of the addiction field is first figuring out what we knew way back when. The medical field is finally giving our model the recognition it deserves.”
Davis is passionate about his work and looks forward to putting his expertise to work for The Meadows. “I find the complexity of addiction very compelling. It’s a lot more fascinating than many other issues involving mental health," said Davis. "Based on my own personal experience with addiction, I feel incredibly drawn to help this population. As for The Meadows, our treatment program keeps getting better and better. I feel very blessed to be here.”
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The Meadows is an industry leader and the most trusted name in treating trauma and addiction through its inpatient and workshop programs. The Meadows helps change lives through The Meadows Model, 12-step practices, and the holistic healing of mind, body, and spirit. To learn more about The Meadows, visit us here or call (800) 244-4949.