Surrounded by the scenic beauty of farms and ranches in the rolling hills of Nunnelly, TN – just outside of Nashville – The Ranch provides a full spectrum of addiction and mental health treatment services. The program offers treatment for trauma, depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, sex and intimacy disorders, and other mental health disorders. The Ranch’s experientially based program is designed to meet the needs of each individual and help them address thoughts, feelings and behaviors that keep them stuck in destructive patterns. Through a trauma-focused treatment approach, clients address underlying issues and learn to embrace their authentic selves while gaining a sense of belonging and connection.
With over three decades of experience in mental health and addiction treatment, Dr. Ragan is a sought-after expert in the field. He regularly appears in the media as a consultant on behavioral health topics and is the recipient of several prestigious awards. Past roles include director of mental health for the Direct Support Command, Fleet Marine Force, in Saudi Arabia/Kuwait during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, clinical investigator for the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism, and associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Vanderbilt, among others. Dr. Ragan earned a medical degree from the University of Arizona, College of Medicine and completed an internship and residency in psychiatry at the National Naval Medical Center. He is certified in general adult psychiatry, addiction psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine.More
A licensed marriage and family therapist, board certified hypnotherapist, certified incorporation therapist, and traumatologist, Dr. Marchando brings a wealth of experience to The Ranch. She earned master’s and doctoral degrees from Nova Southeastern University and has a post-graduate certificate in family systems healthcare. Dr. Marchando has worked in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care and private practice, and also has taught at both the master’s and doctorate levels. She specializes in dissociative disorders and treating survivors of trauma and abuse.More
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