What We Treat
Intensive outpatient (IOP) services involve more intensive care than typical outpatient treatment. Clients can expect to be engaged in therapy multiple days per week, from 9 to up to 20 hours per week. The amount of time spent in treatment each week varies by program.
Our interventions are highly individualized. We specialize in delivering high-quality, evidence-based interventions, psychoeducation, family interventions, and other environmental services (i.e., working with schools and other health or mental health providers) to maximize the effectiveness of treatment for every client.
Treatments vary by program, but all programs strive to adhere to interventions that have an extensive and superior research foundation. In our DBT program, this includes DBT, along with other evidence-based treatments needed to treat specific problems. In our anxiety program, treatment almost always includes exposure therapy, and for children and teens, behavioral parent training and family therapy. Treatment in our eating disorders program primarily involves family-based treatment (FBT) for anorexia nervosa. Other interventions are included in all programs as needed to design a treatment plan that has the greatest likelihood of success for each individual.