mental health Treatment
Overland IOP recognizes the importance of a holistic approach to treatment. Our dedicated staff of clinicians is trained in multiple therapeutic modalities that allow them to have an individualized approach to treating each client. Therapists work with clients to guide them in achieving their goals and succeed throughout long-term recovery and overall mental health.
Clinical depression is a mood disorder characterized by symptoms such as a persistent sense of hopelessness or sadness, low self-esteem, and a lack of energy, motivation, or interest.
Anxiety is a common disorder in which a person exhibits persistent thoughts of distress, fear, and worry about situations that are not normally considered to be excessively stressful.
Dual diagnosis is the condition of suffering from mental disorder and an alcohol or drug problem at the same time. These conditions occur together frequently.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can manifest in a wide variety of ways. Typically, PTSD develops after an event or series of events that are particularly traumatic.
Personality & mood disorders tend to develop early in life & shape the way a person thinks and behaves in unhealthy ways.
At Overland Intensive Outpatient, our philosophy is to treat mental health by addressing the co-occurring disorders which exacerbate and drive the individual back through the stages of relapse. This includes all-inclusive treatment programs that meet the client where they are at and utilizing evidence-based approaches.
Alcohol addiction is a physical or mental dependence on alcohol. Alcoholism is the most severe form of alcohol abuse and involves the inability to manage drinking habits.
Opioid addiction, whether it involves the abuse of prescription painkillers like oxycodone or fentanyl or substances such as heroin, is a serious disease that can often be fatal.
Prescription drugs abuse (Pharmaceutical Addiction) is the use of a prescription medication for a reason other than why the doctor prescribed it.
Addiction to methamphetamine, a stimulant more commonly referred to as meth, is one of the most difficult addictions to overcome.
Cocaine is a powerful stimulant and euphoric that is popularly abused both recreationally and in order to stay awake and productive for school or work.
Overland Intensive Outpatient is fully accredited.
Overland IOP completely helped me to recover from many anxieties and depressive thoughts I had prior to attending treatment here. They provided me with the tools to move on and live life on life’s terms. Therapist, group facilitators, case workers are very professional. I would recommend this place to anyone with addiction and/or mental health issues. I owe my newfound freedom and happiness to this place and it’s wonderful staff!
Madie Pino Los Angeles
Great therapists, super helpful staff. This place helped me with my recovery and also personal life issues
I had a life-changing experience at Overland. Staff was phenomenal. I’d highly recommend to anyone struggling.
Trevor Hahn LA
Overland was a great experience. I really appreciate the staff and sense of community that was created there. I made lifelong friends that are there for me no matter what and that will help me continue this journey of recovery. The groups are helpful and helped me gain great insight into myself and my addiction. I’m super grateful I was able to find a treatment center that cared so much about me as an individual.
John Moriarty NJ
Quality IOP with a true mental health track. I have referred many clients here. New management and ownership are top notch. Andrew and his team show they care about their clients recovery and growth.