An Evidence-Based Intensive Outpatient Program For Your Teen

In-Person in Preston Center, After School Hours

Our after-school IOPs help adolescents build a sense of meaning and purpose while using evidence-based treatments proven to help teens heal from mental health and co-occurring disorders, including trauma, depression, and anxiety.

We integrate individual, family, and group therapy; psychotherapeutic assessments; and academic coaching/tutoring. Our treatment philosophy is grounded in supporting the full child to improve both their mental health and academic success.

Our IOPs are currently out-of-network. We can assist you with submitting for possible out-of-network reimbursement. 


We run two IOP programs for adolescents, one for ages 10-13 and another for ages 14-18. Our robust 8-week programs offers…

Individualized Support

After an initial assessment with one of our licensed therapists, we develop a customized treatment plan with supports from a variety of practitioners and with feedback and continuous input from both patient and family


All treatment is led by licensed clinicians who utilize an evidenced-based curriculum that incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and other psychotherapy modalities


With individual, group, and family therapy, our program integrates a full support system to encourage change and build authentic relationships with both parents and peers

Small-Group Support

We keep groups to 8 or fewer participants to facilitate active engagement while enhancing the therapeutic process through building camaraderie, encouraging different perspectives, and holding one another accountable

Pertinent Topics

Therapeutic topics include building coping skills, better understanding oneself, emotional regulation, and other areas of focus that are relevant your child’s specific needs

Targeted Supports

To provide a full support system, each child is paired with a therapist, psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner, and academic coach to develop skills and encourage lasting improvements

Facilitated by Alex Frascino, LMFT-S and Asriel Armstrong, LCSW

Alex Frascino, M.S., LMFT-S
DFW Clinical Director

Alex serves as Oak Bluffs’ DFW Clinical Director and has an unparalleled track record supporting teens, parents, and facilitating comprehensive care.

In her role as the DFW Clinical Director,  Alex develops curricula and protocols for the practice’s individual and group therapy sessions while also providing individual and group therapy, leveraging an Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) advanced certification. Alex directly supervises other practitioners to ensure that each client at Oak Bluffs receives exceptional, comprehensive care.

Asriel Armstrong, LCSW
Lead Clinical Social Worker

Asriel specializes in working with adolescents and young adults and heads our clinical social work practice within the IOP.

Asriel’s therapeutic toolkit includes Solution-Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, allowing her to help individuals develop effective coping strategies and attain the most positive outcomes.

For the past 5+ years, Asriel has proudly served the Dallas community, making newsworthy contributions within the school system and behavioral health settings.


Build a Robust and Supportive Network of Like-Minded Peers and Tackle the Many Challenges Faced by Today’s Teens.

All groups are limited to 8 participants to ensure the highest possible levels of engagement. Secure your spot soon.


Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays

4:30 – 7:00 P.M. CT

8333 Douglas Ave.
Suite 350
Dallas, TX 75225

Call to Sign Up:

(214) 471-5138

Our Clinicians Use Evidence-Based Methods to Treat a Variety of Conditions




Dual Diagnosis

Suicidal Ideation

Substance Experimentation

Considering Enrolling Your Teen? 
Please reach out to us at (214) 471-5138.