Personalized IOP care for sustained well-being
IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program) treatment for mental health is a structured and comprehensive level of care that offers individuals more support than weekly therapy. IOP treatment focuses on addressing mental health challenges, developing coping skills, enhancing self-awareness, and fostering resilience. During IOP, clients attend 3-5 days/week for a total of 9-15 hours of structured support each week. IOP is considered a lower level of care than PHP (partial hospitalization program) that offers more flexibility while still providing a supportive environment, allowing individuals to gradually reintegrate into their everyday lives.
Our outpatient mental health treatment provides evidence-based care to help adults and professionals heal from mental health challenges. The daily schedule of our IOP includes individual and group therapy sessions, experiential modalities, dedicated time to focus on life skills, and medication management. IOP clients receive:
- A supportive and caring community of mentors and others on the healing journey
- Personalized care based on an in-depth assessment to meet each client’s unique needs and goals
- Weekly individual therapy and counseling sessions, group therapy and medication management
- Dedicated support from an integrated team of licensed and credentialed clinical staff to help clients thrive
- Holistic options including mindfulness, sound healing, yoga and meditation
- Life skills development to help clients heal, cope and build resilience
WHO IS A CANDIDATE
Is IOP right for me?
Mental health intensive outpatient treatment might be your next step if you need more than an hour of individual therapy a week— or, if you’ve recently completed a partial hospitalization program (PHP), and are looking to step down while still receiving support and guidance. Conditions we treat:
Your Behavioral Healthcare is proud to offer the full continuum of primary mental health treatment, so clients can gradually and successfully transition back to their day to day lives.