Pro Athletes: When the Spotlight Fades

Pro Athletes: When the Spotlight Fades - The Meadows Malibu

By Clint Fletcher Becoming a pro athlete in the U.S. is no easy feat. Out of a population of 328 million, only a select few make the cut each year. According to the NCAA, the five major sports leagues (baseball, football, hockey, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball) only have just under 1,800 draft picks combined […]

How Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help You During Addiction Treatment?

How Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help You Recover from Addiction? - The Meadows Maliibu

By Wesley Gallagher If you’ve done any research on therapy before, you might recognize the term Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). But what you might not know is that CBT, while beneficial for a range of mental health issues, has also been proven to be effective in treating addiction. In fact, it is widely used in […]

4 Ways to Get the Most of Treatment

4 Ways To Get the Most Out of Treatment - The Meadows Malibu

By Beau Black While that’s true of many things in life, it’s particularly true of the recovery process. Because of the investment required — time, energy, money, and the break from daily life and work — it’s crucial to make sure treatment pays off and that you experience the full benefits of drug and alcohol […]

Meadows Behavioral Healthcare’s Broad Beach Recovery Center Becomes The Meadows Malibu

Broad Beach becomes The Meadows Malibu
[MALIBU, CALIFORNIA – September 28, 2020] Meadows Behavioral Healthcare announced today that it is renaming its Southern California inpatient treatment facility The Meadows Malibu. Formerly known as Broad Beach Recovery Center, this change is about much more than branding. The new name represents training, program development, and the clinical integration of MBH’s time-tested methods and proven Meadows Model of trauma-informed care.

3 Key Habits for Better Brain Health

Food for a healthy brain

I’ve often noticed in my patients that their most prized organ can be the first one to forget. They come to me for glowing skin, prevention of heart disease or general weight loss but few come and ask for a “brain health” plan. In fact — the brain is the first organ we should cater to if our goal is a better and longer life.

Sports Injuries and Opioid Addiction: The Connection

Sports Injury and Opioid Addiction

The opioid epidemic continues to plague the United States at a rapid pace with no end in sight. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, an average of 130 Americans die from opioid overdose every day, and approximately 2 million people admitted to having an opioid problem in 2018. While opioid addiction can affect all age groups and all social classes, there’s one particular group that’s been hit especially hard: athletes.