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Willow House for Women

2075 N. Vulture Mine Rd #2, Wickenburg, Arizona, 85390
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Willow House at The Meadows is a 45-day inpatient program designed specifically for women who are struggling with love addiction, relationship issues, and intimacy disorders. In the heart of the beautiful, serene, Sonoran Desert, we provide specialized treatment to help women begin to heal their core emotional trauma and to change their self-destructive behaviors, whether they manifest as love addiction, sexual compulsivity, unhealthy relationship patterns or co-occurring issues such as drug and alcohol addiction, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and other behavioral problems. Over the course of their treatment, patients will work on family history/legacy, belief systems, body image issues, sexuality, gender roles, trauma, grief, resilience, empowerment, and creating a vision for moving forward with more self-compassion and purpose.

Facility Highlights

  • Healing The Family
  • Trusted By Professionals
  • Patient-Focused Recovery


  • Residential Treatment

    Residential treatment programs provide housing (food and meals) in addition to treatment for substance abuse. Some facilities offer only short-term residential treatment, some offer only long-term treatment and others offer both, ranging from a few days to many months, based on patient needs.
  • Individual Therapy

    This term describes one-on-one therapy, in which a patient and trained counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist meets privately with a patient to discuss challenges related to lifestyle, work, family and romantic relationships that may have contributed to the development of an addiction.

Facility Settings

  • Mountains

Meet the Staff

  • Sean Walsh
    Sean WalshChief Executive Offier
    Sean Walsh is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Meadows Behavioral Healthcare and is responsible for the oversight of its family of programs which include The Meadows, Gentle Path at The Meadows, Claudia Black Young Adult Center, The Meadows Ranch, Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows, The Meadows Outpatient Center, and Willow House at The Meadows. Sean has been in the behavioral health field since 1996. Sean has a clinical background and although he has been a treatment center executive since 2009, he is a licensed therapist and is highly invested in ensuring quality care to the patients The Meadows serves. Sean came to The Meadows from Calvary Addiction Recovery Center where he was the Chief Executive Officer. Prior to Calvary, Sean was the COO of Laurel Ridge Treatment Center in San Antonio, he has held a wide variety of positions in the treatment field ranging from; Director of Outpatient, Risk Management, Case Management, Intake and has been a primary therapist specializing in treating young adults.
  • Allan Benham, RN, BSN
    Allan Benham, RN, BSNChief Operating Officer
    Allan Benham is the Chief Operating Officer for Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. In his 16 years with The Meadows, Allan has served in numerous roles including positions as a Registered Nurse, Director of Nursing, Director of Operations at The Meadows, Executive Director of Gentle Path at The Meadows, and presently as the Chief Operating Officer for Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. With a background in working almost every position and with every facility in the Meadows family, Allan brings a commitment to quality and effective treatment for our patients and a dedication to helping those who are suffering find relief. Allan is now working with all of the Meadows Behavioral Healthcare facilities including The Meadows, Gentle Path at The Meadows, Claudia Black Young Adult Center, Meadows Ranch, Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows, The Meadows Outpatient Center, and Willow House at The Meadows.

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Willow House at The Meadows in Wickenburg, Ariz., is a 45-day inpatient program designed specifically for women who are struggling with sex addiction, intimacy disorders, gambling disorders, and co-occurring disorders.

The center is one of the 164 (48.1 percent) of Arizona treatment facilities to provide specialized treatment to adult women.


Treatment at Willow House at The Meadows typically includes holistic offerings, group meetings, and 12-step meetings. Length of treatment is customized to each individual but generally lasts 45 days.

Willow House implements holistic options like expressive arts, music therapy, acupuncture, and mindfulness meditation. Nutrition counseling and spiritual counseling are also available.

Willow House uses eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) to treat trauma and PTSD.

The center offers a week-long family program with 30 hours of activities including equine-assisted therapy and a ropes challenge course.

Prior to leaving treatment, clients will have a discharge planning session to discuss aftercare options.


The staff is led by a doctor who is a certified sex addiction therapist and a licensed marriage and family therapist. The center also employs a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed psychologist, and intake coordinators.

Willow House is one of the 73 (21.4 percent) of Arizona treatment centers accredited by The Joint Commission.


Willow House is licensed for 10 beds for those dealing with intimacy disorders and co-occurring issues.


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Willow House at The Meadows is one of the 220 (64.5 percent) of Arizona treatment facilities to accept insurance including United Healthcare, Aetna, Humana, and Cigna. The center also offers private pay.

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