We allow individuals to improve their mental health while maintaining daily work, school, and family commitments.
In-Person in Preston Center, 3x Per Week
Our Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is meticulously designed to support individuals navigating the complexities of mental health disorders and dual diagnoses. Through evidence-based therapeutic modalities, our experienced team of clinicians and therapists provide patients with the tools and strategies they need to achieve holistic well-being. By attending our IOP, patients benefit from a structured yet flexible treatment regimen, enabling them to maintain their daily responsibilities while engaging in comprehensive, tailored care. Our emphasis on dual diagnosis ensures that all facets of an individual’s health are addressed, laying the foundation for sustainable recovery and long-term resilience.
Our IOP program is currently out-of-network. We can assist you with submitting for possible out-of-network reimbursement.
Facilitated by Ofelia C. Chapa, MS, LPC-A, LCDC, CDBT
Our Personalized Treatment Plans & Small Group Settings Encourage Long-Term Success
Gain support from peers and a team of expert clinicians while receiving the personalized support that only a small group setting can provide.
Evidence-based Treatment Modalities
All treatment is led by licensed clinicians who utilize an evidence-based curriculum. Our programming incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and other psychotherapy modalities.
Individualized Supports & Treatment
Individuals engage in their mental health treatment while gaining the knowledge and tools to support long-term success. Participants learn to manage stress, develop life skills, and rebuild relationships. We also provide medication management.
Convenient for Those with Other Commitments
Twice-weekly programming allows participants to continue to manage their daily life commitments such as family, work, or school making it a good choice for those who cannot commit to a residential or more intensive program.
Our Supportive Outpatient Program meets in person for three hours, three times per week, in 8-week cycles.
8333 Douglas Ave.
Dallas, TX 75225
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