Nunnelly, TN (PRWEB) May 08, 2014
For 39 straight months, demand has exceeded capacity at the Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery (CRSR) at The Ranch. To meet the growing national demand for men’s sex addiction treatment, The Ranch recently expanded to Deerfield House, a new 12,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility with room for 15 clients and office space and group rooms on the top and garden-level floors. The CRSR also added new staff so that it can maintain the same superior staff-to-client ratio.
“Deerfield House is set up so that all of the therapists, staff and clients are under one roof, creating a cohesive family atmosphere,” said Matt Eggleston, Regional Admissions Director for The Ranch’s parent company Elements Behavioral Health. “Clients not only have access to certified sex addiction therapists but also trauma specialists, a case manager, nutritionist and other skilled professionals – all within a gender-separate setting.”
Deerfield House has the feel of a genuine ranch house, with banks of windows along the front of the house and a side porch offering sprawling views of The Ranch’s 2,000 acres of rolling hills and horse stables. The western-themed home is nestled alongside Spring Creek, near the Piney River, in a peaceful setting that allows for nighttime fireside circles, volleyball and basketball, and other group activities.
Programming at Deerfield House includes the following therapies, among others:
1) Process groups four days a week
2) Interactive lecture/task groups four days a week
3) Experiential groups
4) Group meditation
5) Study of the Four Agreements
6) Fitness twice a week
7) Equine group therapy
8) Three-day family program for spouses and partners
9) Body image group with nutritionist
10) Therapeutic adventure day
11) Onsite and offsite 12-Step groups (SLA/SA/NA/AA)
12) Optional spiritual services
The Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery offers state-of-the-art residential treatment for sex, love and relationship addiction. In a safe, supportive, gender-separate environment, men and women receive highly structured, individualized treatment for intimacy disorders and co-occurring mental health issues. The program was designed and is overseen by internationally renowned addictions expert Robert Weiss, LCSW, CSAT-S, and employs certified The Daring Way™ Facilitators onsite utilizing the Shame Resilience Curriculum developed by Dr. Brené Brown.
“In line with our core clinical philosophy, Deerfield House is designed to create a strong sense of community,” said The Ranch’s Executive Director Greg Phillips. “It is in this environment that clients can feel understood, supported and able to overcome the shame that keeps them trapped in addictions and mental health challenges.”
About The Ranch
Since 1999, The Ranch has provided comprehensive therapeutic programs that treat the underlying causes of eating disorders, addictions and other self-defeating behaviors. The Ranch offers innovative therapies to address the multidimensional aspects of the whole person while teaching personal accountability in a safe, nurturing, real-life environment. Located on a working horse ranch in the beautiful rolling hills of Nunnelly, Tennessee, The Ranch offers programs with a variable length of stay, which allows each client to anchor new recovery behaviors needed for lasting change. For more information about The Ranch, call (855) 893-5987 or visit http://www.recoveryranch.com.
The Ranch is part of Elements Behavioral Health, a family of behavioral health care programs that also includes Promises Treatment Centers, The Sexual Recovery Institute, The Recovery Place, Right Step, Journey Healing Centers, Lucida Treatment Center and Clarity Way. Elements offers comprehensive, innovative treatment for substance abuse, sexual addiction, trauma, eating disorders and other mental health disorders. We are committed to delivering clinically sophisticated treatment that promotes permanent lifestyle change, not only for the patient but for the entire family system. For more information about Elements Behavioral Health, visit http://www.elementsbehavioralhealth.com.