Intensive Outpatient Program, also known as IOP, is a structured mental health treatment program that runs for 2 to 3 hours each day, three to five days per week. Clients participate in the scheduled treatment sessions during the day and return home.
IOP is for all age groups ranges from Child to Adolescents & Adults.
IOP Child is specifically created for the special children with ADHD, Autism, learning disabilities, Eating Disorders & behavioral issues.
Therapeutic offerings and activities in IOP helps patient to develop skills, understand behavioral patterns, reduce or extinguish maladaptive behavior, build a stronger sense of self, develop healthier relationships and live a more values-directed life.
Behavioral therapy: It is the one of the core treatment methods for addiction. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) works with individuals to determine negative thought patterns that lead to unhealthy behavior, like abusing drugs or alcohol. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a form of CBT, helps people regulate their emotions and learn positive coping skills.
Individual counseling: It also allows the individual to set goals, skill building, mood, anxiety, depression and trauma related issues.
Group therapy: It gives individuals the opportunity to relate to others who are struggling with similar issues. Groups are run by at least one therapist and offer the chance for people to offer insight to each other and develop positive relationships while working toward common therapeutic goals.
Support groups: They are less formal gatherings of people who are suffering from addiction. They provide a safe environment for the discussion of personal issues related to substance use and how addiction affects people’s lives. It also focuses on socialization. These groups may continue after treatment has ended, supporting an individual’s recovery as long as they need.
Art therapy: It is used to encourage individuals to express emotions in different ways. Art can be a therapeutic method for them to release deep emotions and provide insight into their primary therapist.
Play Therapy: Play therapy is a form of counseling or psychotherapy that uses play to communicate with and help people, especially children, to prevent or resolve psychosocial challenges. It leads towards better social integration, growth and development, decreased aggression, emotional modulation, social skill development, empathy, and trauma resolution. Play therapy also develops self-efficacy and coping skills.
Fitness and nutrition: IOP offer recreational activities and nutritional education. Feeling good physically can boost someone’s mental state and increase their desire to live a healthy life without substance use.
Recreational & Skill Building Activities
We also focuses on skill building activities and recreational activities such as
Physical activities (sports, games, fitness, etc.)
Arts and crafts activities (painting, scrapbooking, ceramics, woodworking, etc.)
Dramatic activities (plays, puppetry, skits, etc.)
Musical activities (singing, etc.)
Cultural activities (art appreciation, music appreciation, panels, discussion groups etc.)
Service activities (fun in doing things for others)
It is a group therapy conducted by a mental health professional that educates clients about their disorders and ways of coping.
Psycho-educational group topics