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What is Mental Health Intensive Outpatient in Pennsylvania?

Mental health intensive outpatient is the natural step down from our partial hospitalization program in Pennsylvania. Intensive outpatient is also known as IOP. It allows patients to continue their treatment for mental health at a significant rate. The groups typically run in the evenings or mornings Monday thru Friday for 3 hours per group. A patient will also be assigned a primary therapist who will meet individually with them weekly. An individualized treatment plan will be established with measurable goals and objectives. We create this personalized approach to help in all aspects of your life.  You will also have access to our Psychiatrist who will conduct medication management as well as in-depth psychiatric evaluations. If you have a co-occurring drug or alcohol addiction you can still be admitted to our primary mental health program. Teleheatlh is available upon request, and if clinically appropiate. 

Do I need IOP services for my mental health?

One of the most effective way to deal with your mental health disorder is to enter an Intensive Outpatient program in Pennsylvania. We treat a variety of diagnoses such as Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, PTSD, co-occurring addiction, ADHD, insomnia, and more. To see if you are appropriate for our facility we start with a comprehensive assessment via phone which we call a “pre-screen”.  The purpose of this call is to get a clear picture of the person seeking help, and to ensure this is an appropiate level of care for them. If it is uncovered that this may not be the right fit for our facility we will assist in a referral to a higher level of care such as inpatient, or detox. We have a network of providers we work with, and will make sure all who call is given an appropiate referral.

What can I hope to learn from a mental health IOP?

Studies have shown that group and individual therapy for mental health is one of the most effective treatments. A licensed or master-level therapist can assist in teaching real coping skills to deal with a person’s issues such as sadness, fear, despair, grief, loss, and any other feelings that might be a struggle. In IOP a person can hope to achieve coping skills, develop problem-solving strategies, create greater self-awareness, explore medication treatment options, recognize unhealthy & destructive behaviors, and engage in Neurofeedback.  Your mental condition does not define you. Know that Pennsylvania Behavioral Health Center is here for you and you are not alone. Don’t suffer in silence. Let us help you!

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