Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Mental health therapy is provided to individuals, groups and/or families by one of our state licensed clinicians in the following settings to address any of the below listed treatment issues.
Treatment services are provided on an individual and private basis to assist each resident with their presenting mental/behavioral health need(s). The amount, scope and duration of individual therapy services may vary depending on the stage of the presenting mental health need, treatment program and the resident’s response to the treatment approach.
Treatment services are provided to each resident using the natural or substitute family as the means to facilitate positive family interactions among individuals. The focus resident may not always need to be present for family therapy services; however, the services will deal with issues relating to the constructive integration/reintegration of the resident into the family.
Treatment services are facilitated by our therapist utilizing the interactions of more than one resident and the focus of the group to address behavioral health needs and interpersonal relationships. Group therapy may focus on skill development for learning new coping skills, such as stress reduction, or changing maladaptive behavior, such as anger management. Minimum group size is (3), and maximum therapist to participant ratio is one to ten (10). Group therapy may also include a family without the recipient present and/or multi-family groups.
Treatment issues we address
- Adoption/Foster Care Issues
- Anger Management
- Anxiety Disorders
- Attachment Issues
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Compulsive Disorders
- Domestic Violence
- Grief Management
- High Risk Behaviors
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Parent Education
- Parent-Child Interaction
- Relationship Issues
- Sexual Abuse
- Traumatic Loss
For more information please contact our office at 801-282-6953 to speak to our Admissions Coordinator today!