We understand the profound effect mental health issues can have on your life. Our Mental Health Program encompasses a wide variety of clinically proven therapeutic modalities to meet each clients specific needs.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (IOP)
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides time limited, multidisciplinary, multimodal structured treatment in an outpatient setting. Such programs are less intensive than a partial hospitalization program or day treatment program, but significantly more intensive than outpatient psychotherapy and medication management. Our IOP programs are three (3) hours per day, three (3) days per week for a total of nine (9) hours per week.
Clinical interventions available include modalities typically delivered in office-based settings such as individual, couple, family psychotherapy, group therapies, medication management, and psycho-educational services. Active family/significant other involvement is important, unless contraindicated. As functioning improves, the individual will receive a diminishing number of treatment hours under the close supervision of our treatment team. Our individualized treatment plans focus on acute stabilization and transition to community outpatient treatment and support groups, as needed.
- DAILY GROUP THERAPY
- WEEKLY INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
- MEDICATION MONITORING WITH AN ON-SITE PROVIDER
- FAMILY SESSIONS
- SKILLED THERAPISTS LEAD ALL GROUPS AND PROVIDE INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SESSIONS
- A VARIETY OF GROUP ACTIVITIES TO SUIT INDIVIDUAL CLIENT's NEEDS AND INTERESTS
WHAT WE ADDRESS:
We specialize in treating those who suffer from mental health, emotional, behavioral, and substance abuse issues. Various diagnoses that we treat include but are not limited to:
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
- 42 Million people live with anxiety disorders such as panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), generalized anxiety disorder and phobias.
- In the U.S.,1 in 10 adolescents experience a period of major depression.
- 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. has experienced a period of major depression.
- 9.2 million adults have co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders.
EVALUATING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH
- Disruption of daily activities
- Social Withdrawal
- Irresponsibility, lying
- Legal issues, fighting, difficulty with authority
- Decrement in sport performance
- Substance use
- Suicidal thoughts
- Poor concentration
- Confusion/difficulty making decisions
- Obsessive thoughts
- All-or-nothing thinking
- Negative self-talk
- Feeling out of control
- Mood swings
- Excessive worry/fear
- Low self-esteem
- Lack of motivation
- Sleep difficulty
- Change in appetite and/or weight
- Shaking, trembling
- Fatigue, tiredness, weakness
- Gastrointestinal complaints, headaches
- Overuse injuries
This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of symptoms, but rather a list of more common symptoms. No one sign or symptom is indicative of a mental health problem, but the need for a referral for an evaluation increases with the number of signs and symptoms reported or observed.