Intensive Outpatient Program
We offer Concierge-Designed Intensive Outpatient Services for a Personal Path to Healing.
The Purple Heart Behavioral Health, LLC IOP is designed for those who need or desire more assistance than traditional talk therapy once every week, yet a lower level of care than inpatient services. Our IOP offers the resources and support to learn to trust the body's wisdom to heal from trauma, anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other suffering.
Some who elect to participate in our IOP are well functioning in life; however, prefer a quicker treatment outcome than traditional weekly therapy. Others may attend our IOP as an alternative to Inpatient* care due to the high cost for inpatient care or the time demanded for that level of care.
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) can be a blended format with both in person and tele-psychology appointments. With this format, we are able to provide intensive therapy on a structured schedule while accommodating both work and life. If our patient is not able to work while in treatment, we are able to assist with FMLA.
Typically, we will meet a minimum of 3 days a week for 4 weeks. Prior to our initial meeting, you will complete various forms to include our informed consent and preliminary background information. Our first appointment together will be an intake session in which we will spend approximately two hours together. During the intake, you will be asked a lot of questions so that we may have a clear understanding of your background and needs. We will then design a personalized treatment plan to launch you on your road to healing.
We believe continuity of care is not only preferred but necessary. If you are currently working with a therapist or psychiatrist, we will ask that you sign a release of information so that we may keep your providers involved in your care-we will be an extension of your team. Once our IOP treatment is complete, we will provide feedback to your mental health care professionals so that you may seamlessly return to their care.
*If a person is actively suicidal (suicidal thoughts with intent and a plan) inpatient treatment is the proper level of care.