Who We See

Patients are often referred to us by their therapist or psychiatrist. However, patients can also refer themselves. Such individuals can be seen promptly by a psychiatrist at IOP Therapies. No matter the case, we conduct our own assessment prior to enrolling a patient in the program. We do not see individuals who have a primary problem with substance abuse. We are also not designed to provide care to individuals with severe or disabling psychiatric conditions (eg. schizophrenia or serious head trauma).

The Schedule

IOP programs are intensive. Treatment is 3 hours per day, 3 days per week, for a total of 9 hours per week. In our program, groups meet on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Morning sessions (9am to Noon) and afternoon sessions (2pm to 5pm) are available. The length of enrollment is individualized, but a typical timetable is around 6 weeks.

Post Treatment

Many patients in the program have established relationships with a therapist and psychiatrist. At the completion of the program, these patients naturally return to the care of said professionals. Even during IOP enrollment, patients can meet with their established clinicians. If a patient enters our program without established clinicians, we immediately begin formulating a post-treatment plan for them.

Effective, Innovative Therapy

Our groups meet for three-hour sessions, three times per week. Spending that much time in a traditional therapy setting would be ineffective. That’s why our team administers a variety of treatment methods, which have been medically proven to have lasting, positive effects on patients. Many of these methods are simple and pragmatic, meaning our patients can utilize them in their daily lives long after they’ve left our program.

Traditional Therapy

The most common form of therapy is an undeniably critical part of healing.

Meditation Therapy

We give our patients the tools to personally maintain a beneficial state of mind, so they can return to a routine level of treatment.

The Skills Our Patients Learn:

It’s important that patients leave our program having learned valuable methods to personally manage and treat their disorders. Treatment only succeeds in the long-run, if patients develop proactive techniques for managing anger, coping with stress, relieving anxiety, and handling depression.

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