Intensive Outpatient Program
Our Adherent DBT Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a 14-week curriculum that prepares our clients with the skills they need to cope with their most challenging internal battles such as suicidal ideation, self harm behaviors, and eating disorders.
We offer an Adult track and an Adolescent track. All groups are Gender Affirming
Recovery DBT's Adherent DBT IOP provides:
Individual one-one-one therapy with an intensively trained DBT therapist.
Here you will create an individualized treatment plan. You will learn how to implement DBT skills daily to find relief from your emotions and substance use urges and analyze the patterns that lead up to the substance use in your life. Your therapist will help you create contingency management skills to increase your abilities, confidence, meet your needs without the use of drugs and alcohol, and find solutions in your life.
*For Eating Disorder treatment, you will receive a specialized DBT Treatment with an Intensively Trained DBT Therapist, in addition to being assigned an Eating Disorder expert each once a week (a total of two individual therapy sessions a week)*
Three days of DBT group therapy
24/7 Phone Coaching
24/7 Phone Coaching where you will be able to contact your individual DBT therapist in between sessions when you are experiencing distressing emotions, having high urges or cravings for substances.
The therapist will guide you through your newly acquired DBT skills in the moment to help regulate your emotions and reduce harmful urges.
This will help reinforce and integrate the skills you are learning in therapy and have support in between therapy sessions.
DBT Parent Group
Animal and Experiential Therapy
This innovative therapy approach can significantly enhance your healing journey, providing comfort, companionship, and emotional support.
Meet Bailey – our in-house, certified pet therapy dog. Bailey has been trained to provide gentle and compassionate support to individuals during their therapy sessions.
While animal therapy can be highly beneficial, it is not a replacement for traditional medical or psychological treatment. It is often used as a complementary therapy alongside other forms of therapy and medical interventions. The specific benefits experienced can vary from person to person.