Wickenburg, AZ (PRWEB) February 12, 2014
Gentle Path at The Meadows is honored to be a sponsor of the 9th Annual International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) Symposium in Scottsdale, Ariz. from Feb. 20-22, 2014.
Dr. Patrick Carnes, IITAP founder, is a Senior Fellow at The Meadows and the founder of Gentle Path at The Meadows. Gentle Path at The Meadows is a 27-bed inpatient program on an exclusive and confidential setting for men 18 and older with sexual addiction, relationship addiction and sexual anorexia.
“I am pleased that Gentle Path at The Meadows is a sponsor of the 2014 IITAP Symposium,” said Dr. Patrick Carnes. “The IITAP Symposium offers cutting-edge education to those who treat people with addictive and compulsive sexual behaviors. Having Gentle Path at The Meadows as a sponsor will provide attendees exposure to this highly-regarded treatment program.”
The Gentle Path program is based on the groundbreaking work of Dr. Carnes’ Thirty-Task model which has been empirically validated to be an effective form of treatment for sexually compulsive behavior. Dr. Carnes’ methodology is integrated with The Meadows time-tested model for trauma and addiction treatment to address and treat the complex issues men with sexual addiction face.
“Gentle Path at The Meadows is proud to be a part of the IITAP family and support the educational opportunities and ongoing research into the treatment of individuals with addiction and compulsive sexual behaviors,” said Allan Benham, Executive Director for Gentle Path at The Meadows. “Working with Dr. Carnes and the IITAP team will help us to take sex addiction treatment at Gentle Path at The Meadows to the highest level and truly effect change in our patient’s lives.”
For more information regarding the symposium, visit http://www.iitap.com/events/sex-addiction-workshops/102-symposium.
The Meadows is an industry leader in treating trauma and addiction through its inpatient and workshop programs. To learn more about The Meadows’ work with trauma and addiction contact an intake coordinator at (866) 856-1279 or visit http://www.themeadows.com.
For over 35 years, The Meadows has been a leading trauma and addiction treatment center. In that time, they have helped more than 20,000 patients in their inpatient center and 25,000 attendees in national workshops. The Meadows world-class team of Senior Fellows, Psychiatrists, Therapists and Counselors treat the symptoms of addiction and the underlying issues that cause lifelong patterns of self-destructive behavior. The Meadows, with 24-hour nursing and on-site physicians and psychiatrists, is a behavioral health inpatient facility that is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services and accredited by The Joint Commission.