Hanley Center Counseling Intensive Outpatient Program for Mental Health

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Hanley Center Counseling offers patients a clinically sophisticated Intensive Outpatient Program for Mental Health. An individual with psychiatric concerns may benefit from this short-term treatment option which involves medication management, close monitoring, and encouragement during the healing process.

Through empathetic support and structure, Hanley’s Mental Health IOP can help you manage your symptoms. Our therapists and counselors are dedicated to providing you with support and guidance throughout the entire IOP process. Our IOP program for mental health can help you or a loved one deal with challenges such as co-occurring mental health disorders, trauma, or process addictions.

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Mental Health Conditions

There are many mental health disorders that we successfully identify and treat as part of our IOP mental health program, including:

  • Adjustment disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorders
  • Borderline personality disorder (BPD)
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss
  • Mood disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD)
  • Process addictions
  • Schizoaffective disorder
  • Trauma and post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD)

With Hanley Center Counseling’s Mental Health IOP, you will receive tools to assist you in managing your symptoms while receiving supportive care in other areas of your life. Our outpatient programs, treatment modalities, and interventions provide guidance and support for you to thrive.

    Modalities

    Our kind and professional therapists select appropriate intensive outpatient mental health treatment modalities based on your specific needs. These are a few examples of interventions that may be provided to you or your loved one:

    • Biofeedback 
    • Brainspotting
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
    • Expressive Arts Therapy 
    • Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
    • Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET)
    • Psychodrama
    • “Seeking Safety” (A program by Lisa M. Najavits)

    Group Therapy 

    It is common for those of us living with mental health problems to feel discouraged or even hopeless when we lack adequate support in our lives. We have a team of master’s-level professionals experienced in identifying the unique symptoms and triggers associated with mental illness.

    We can assist you in learning coping mechanisms to deploy when you feel overwhelmed by your symptoms. The effectiveness of these practical strategies has been demonstrated to improve quality of life dramatically.

    In a comfortable group setting, we will encourage you to practice these skills and set healthy boundaries. This structured group experience allows you to gain emotional stability in a safe environment while your progress and medication status are carefully monitored. Our sacred space within these groups can also assist you in creating a meaningful social support network that will endure well beyond your time in our program.

    Our IOP may include the following types of groups:

    • DBT skills
    • Grief and loss
    • Healing from anger
    • “Seeking safety” and trauma-focused groups

    Psychiatric Care

    Our comprehensive IOP programs for mental health offer expertly delivered programming tailored to each individual’s needs. We provide individualized outpatient treatment plans that include psychiatric support for those who need it. Our IOP mental health program may provide you with the following types of psychological support:

    • Crisis intervention
    • Initial evaluation
    • Medication management evaluation upon admission
    • Visits with a psychiatric professional, as needed

    Individual Sessions 

    You’ll meet with a licensed therapist or counselor for an individual session every week. When appropriate, your therapist may guide you in specific interventions, including EMDR and biofeedback. Additionally, we can provide support as you identify and address challenges at work, at home, and with family.

    Who is Appropriate for the IOP Mental Health Program?

    An IOP may be an appropriate option for those who are medically stable but do not have the time to commit to residential psychiatric treatment and would like the support and motivation that group therapy provides. After several weeks or months of participating in an IOP mental health program, you or your loved one can expect significant improvements in their symptoms.

    Our expectation at this level of care is that each patient is in an active stage of change and medically and psychiatrically stable. If you or a loved one are struggling with suicidal thoughts, stabilization is essential before joining our intensive outpatient program for mental health.

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    Contact Us Today

    Hanley Center Counseling offers personalized IOP Mental Health in West Palm Beach, Florida.

    Are you ready to find out if the IOP Mental Health program is right for you? Call us today at 561-841-1033.

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