Intensive Outpatient Program
Designed for the school age child.
(Age group 5-13)
In IOP, clients are in treatment up to 4 days per week, and up to 6-9 hours per week. At Row, our IOP uses story telling (conversation circles) to help the children access their joy, sadness, strength, and weakness. Through storytelling, we explore the child’s lived experiences in both their emotional and social development. Our conversation circles inspires both internal, and external transformation.
IOP programming includes individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, yoga, music and mindfulness.
The IOP can serve as a step-down level of care, helping to foster a positive transition into activities of daily living upon discharging from inpatient hospitalization or partial hospitalization. IOP can also be leveraged as a direct-admit level of care for school age children requiring a higher level of care from an outpatient setting — allowing them to remain engaged with their lives.
- Child/Adolescent is experiencing a chronic and/or acute mental illness
- Child/Adolescent is in a less restrictive level of care and experiencing an increase in symptoms resulting in decreased functioning at home, school, and/or the community.
- Child/Adolescent is experiencing suicidal and/or homicidal ideation w/o intent and/or is experiencing self injurious behaviors
- Child/Adolescent is stepping down from an Acute Partial Hospital Program
- Primary Diagnosis of Substance abuse or conduct disorder
- Aggressive behavior across multiple settings – home, school, community
- Intellectual Disability
The IOP runs as a 4-week program. Our mode of delivering intervention is through adequate space and dose intervention. This allows for us to gather weekly data from client and parents’ response to intervention weekly and modify our intervention in real time to make the most therapeutic effects.
Monday – Wednesday
Thursday are individual and family therapy.
*Age groups are 5-8 years old, and 9-13 years old. These age groups are designed to create a shared experience for those within similar developmental stages.*
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Referrals will be considered from any interested agency or party including, but not limited to, inpatient units, outpatient programs, schools, county mental health clinics, private mental health practitioners, health professionals, patients and families.
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If you have any questions, you may also reach out by phone to (610) 999-1908.