We believe that people’s particular struggles are often rooted in similar underlying issues and experiences. By focusing on these underlying similarities, our IOP program can accommodate members struggling with both psychiatric and substance use disorders. This inclusive approach allows for group members with a variety of struggles to relate to and learn from one another in a unique way.
Participants engage in material that is relevant to their current situation and walk away with clear ideas on how to access this insight in everyday life. Discussions in group include but are not limited to topics such as communication, family roles, loss and grief, life skills, values, conflict resolution, relapse and physical and emotional wellness. Attendees will explore their personal beliefs about who they are, the world, and their place in it.
Our IOP draws on principles of cognitive behavior therapy, dialectal behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and schema therapy to provide a theoretical foundation for group process, education, and experiential work. Our IOP is limited to a small group size and includes additional support through weekly individual sessions.
After completion of an assessment, attendees will participate in an eight-week curriculum addressing how one can maintain a balanced life emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually and relationally, all from a holistic perspective.
- Monday – 9am – 12pm
- Tuesday – 9am – 12pm
- Thursday – 9am – 12pm