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What is Virtual IOP?
Virtual intensive outpatient programming (IOP) is a level of mental healthcare that is typically more structured and intensive than traditional weekly therapy. Treatment is delivered to clients directly at home.
The goal of IOP is to help people manage their mental health and achieve lasting recovery while still allowing them to maintain their daily routines and responsibilities.
By bringing young people with similar mental health challenges together, we’re able to create group environments where clients can learn how to build connections and foster long-term healing.
One-on-one connections are critical to the IOP model, which is why each client’s unique treatment plan includes a primary therapist for weekly individual sessions.
The #1 predictor of success in IOP is family involvement. Our virtual intensive outpatient program’s family therapy component teaches communication and coping skills to create a more supportive home environment both during and after treatment.
of clients reported improvements in self-harm
of clients reported improvements in symptoms associated with anxiety
of clients reported improvements in symptoms associated with depression
Connecting the world to life-saving mental health treatment.
“After struggling severely as a teen, I made it my lifelong mission over the last 20 years to walk alongside others on their journeys to getting help and changing their lives. I want others to feel like they are never alone and that getting connected to treatment is an option for everyone. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to increase access across the country and work alongside some of the most dedicated, innovative, and compassionate people who are driven by their own personal missions to make a difference in this world.”
Core mental health conditions we support
Gender Identity & Dysphoria
Avoidant personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, impulsive personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, obsessive compulsive personality disorder, and histrionic personality disorder