The three facilities, gathered under The Ranch umbrella, share a commitment to treating trauma and other psychological problems that cause and contribute to drug and alcohol addiction using a wide range of innovative experiential therapies.
The Ranch℠ treatment center, a premier mental health and rehabilitation facility in Nunnelly, Tennessee, announces the appointment of Marshall Millikin as executive director.
The RanchSM treatment center opens Swan Creek House, a 15,000-square-foot residential facility for women with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Double board certified physician, John Woods, MD, joins The Ranch addiction and mental health treatment center.
Relapse, Epigenetics and Shame Explored by Promises Behavioral Health at Insight & Innovation in Eating Disorder Summit
Three experts from Promises Behavioral Health will speak at the Insight & Innovation in Eating Disorder Treatment Summit in St. Louis, Mo.: renowned physician and nutrition scientist Pamela Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP; Karen Brownd, LPC, CSAT-S, program director at The Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery at The Ranch; and Susan Strain, ACSW, LCSW, CEDS,…
To meet the growing national demand for men’s sex addiction and intimacy disorders treatment, the Center for Relationship and Sexual Recovery at The Ranch expands to a state-of-the-art 12,000 square foot treatment facility.
In celebration of 15 years of service, The Ranch will host an open house on April 4 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at its 2,000 acre horse and cattle ranch in Nunnelly, Tenn.
The Ranch opens Mill House, a 14-bed southern mansion for women with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse that provides intensive education and training in dialectical behavior therapy.
On Sept. 21, 2013, sexual addiction experts from The Ranch and The Sexual Recovery Institute will present at the national conference for The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health.
Becca Davis, residential manager at The Ranch, is a calm, knowing force in addiction treatment. “We see miracles happen every day,” says Becca, who herself once suffered from addiction. Seeking treatment was among the “scariest” decisions of her life, she said, but it was also one of the best.