The journey to wellness and recovery has many stops. Sometimes, around-the-clock care from a residential treatment program is needed to provide constant support in the early stages of care. Other times, a relaxed support group may be all someone needs to continue leading a healthy life. Between these two levels of support are programs that provide structure and unconditional support, like the intensive outpatient program (IOP) at New Horizons Recovery Centers.
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At New Horizons, our treatment programs help people struggling with mental health and addiction. Our intensive outpatient program in Cincinnati OH provides unconditional support and consistent structure to help our clients learn the skills they need to achieve their goals. Call 513.717.5457 or contact us online to learn more about our IOP and other treatment programs that can help you lay the foundation for a better tomorrow.
Who Needs an Intensive Outpatient Program?
An IOP is an ideal step up from weekly outpatient therapy or a step down from a more intensive partial hospitalization program (PHP) or residential care. Here, clients can practice the skills normally taught in an outpatient program in a formal, structured environment.
Our IOP may be a good fit for your journey to wellness if:
- You are struggling to engage with unstructured outpatient therapy.
- You need flexibility in your schedule to take care of work, school, or family tasks.
- You connect with others in group therapy led by mental health professionals.
- You could use help understanding how exercise, hobbies, and nutrition can keep you healthy in recovery.
The team at New Horizons is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals and overcome your challenges. With comprehensive assessments, tailored treatment, and regular check-ins, we strive to build meaningful bonds that help you succeed.
The Benefits of Personalized Therapy Groups
At New Horizons, we know that being in relatable groups during IOP care helps the healing process. That’s why we develop our customized therapy tracks in one of two ways:
Primary Mental Health Treatment
Not everyone who struggles with their mental health will develop an addiction. Finding professional help can help you overcome your symptoms and live a full, happy life. Our mental health groups work to teach you how to manage your condition to achieve your goals. We treat:
- Anxiety disorders
- Mood disorders
- Trauma-related disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Treatment-resistant depression
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Major depressive disorder
- Chronic stress
- Dissociative symptoms
- Adjustment disorder
For those clients struggling with a primary diagnosis of addiction, we’ll explore underlying mental health issues and life experiences that may be contributing to their diagnosis. Our specialized addictions program will teach clients to recognize triggers and learn the skills to respond to them in healthy and effective ways. Through our program, clients will build the peer support necessary to support sustained abstinence. We treat:
- Substance use disorders
- Process addictions
- Co-occurring disorders
The IOP at New Horizons Recovery Centers
Evidence-based and holistic therapies are at the center of our treatment programs. During intensive outpatient treatment in Cincinnati OH, our clients work in focused groups to overcome their symptoms and develop a community with others facing many of the same challenges.
Our professional therapists use a variety of trauma-informed therapy methods as they lead groups, including:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) – CBT reframes negative thoughts to more positive, productive ones. A therapist will help clients understand how their thoughts influence their emotions and behaviors during CBT.
- Dialectical behavioral based therapy (DBT) – DBT is skills and behavior-based therapy that teaches clients to be more aware and tolerant of the discomfort associated with difficult emotions.
- Process and psycho-educational groups – These groups help our clients learn more about themselves, their conditions, and how to achieve wellness.
- Life skills reintegration – One of the most important aspects of IOP treatment is applying what’s learned in therapy to everyday life. In this phase of care, clients work on developing independent living skills.
Clients in our IOP attend group therapy between three and five times per week. Our IOP groups are held Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.