Services at Overland IOP
At Overland IOP, we offer services to treat primarily mental health and simultaneously work on the client’s co-occurring disorders until the signs and symptoms of substance dependence are in remission. At Overland IOP we provide such services as individual therapy, group therapy, telehealth, case monitoring, solution-focused brief therapy, behavioral therapies, acceptance& commitment therapy, medication management & psychodynamic therapy.
At Overland Intensive Outpatient, our philosophy is to help treat mental health by uncovering the underlying causes and addressing the co-occurring disorders which could drive the individual to relapse. We understand that every person who enters our doors comes with unique needs and goals. Our experienced clinicians will work one-on-one with clients to develop a comprehensive treatment plan using evidence-based methods. Overland Intensive Outpatient is ready to provide both in-person and virtual care (telehealth services) to expand access to essential health services and meet the health needs of our patients.
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We recognize the importance of a holistic approach to treatment with an on-sight psychiatrist available to answer any questions clients may have about their medication. Our team of clinical professionals is trained in multiple therapeutic modalities in order to establish the best course of action for each client. Therapists join clients to help them achieve their goals and succeed throughout their long-term sobriety and overall mental health. Upon admission to Overland Intensive Outpatient, clients will receive a preliminary treatment plan, formulated after their intake assessment, completed by their assigned therapist. The treatment team is responsible for the development of a comprehensive treatment plan within the first three days of admission. The client will actively participate in the development of their treatment plan. After admission, the multi-disciplinary team reviews and updates each treatment plan on a weekly basis for the duration of the client’s active treatment.
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