Anxiety Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Anxiety Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at the Delray Center is the next progression of mental health treatment that can follow either inpatient care or PHP. The depression and anxiety disorder treatment IOP level of care is the essential transition between the more intensive care levels and regular outpatient treatment. The objective is to gradually return patients to their full, functional capacity while still offering substantial clinical support and structure to prevent even a partial anxiety relapse.
Patients that are less than 6 months recovered from their Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder or Panic Disorder are still at a high relapse risk and derive great benefit from this support. Anxiety disorders pose numerous special challenges due to how many emotional triggers can exist in everyday life. Many of these challenges to fighting anxiety attacks differ from those seen in other disorders and require certain specialized interventions. The Anxiety Disorder treatment IOP can specifically meet these needs.
The Anxiety Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) includes:
Intensive individual therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
Solution focused therapy
Women’s and men’s gender-specific process group therapy
Weekly psychiatric medical treatment
Advanced vitamin and amino acid therapy
Nutritional assessment and therapy
Organic & healthy cooking classes
Vinyasa and Yin Yoga
Outdoor recreational and activity therapy
Group fitness classes including spinning classes, balance training, agility training, and circuit training.
Regular contact with care support staff.
Individual expressive therapy, family therapy, individual fitness, therapeutic massage, and individual acupuncture are available as program upgrades as well.
How The Anxiety Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program works:
The Anxiety Disorder IOP is a part-time, 3 to 5 day a week program with strong therapeutic structure. This IOP is a minimum of 8 weeks in length. Patients who complete a steady transition from PHP to IOP and then to regular outpatient treatment are the most successful. Many of our long-term success cases regularly make positive contributions to the newer clients, nurturing a strong therapeutic community. Solid connections to a supportive community and a therapeutic system are the best predictors of successful treatment. Our IOP patients are usually heavily involved with the therapeutic community, which provides them with a great support system and helps them prevent relapse. The Anxiety Disorder IOP is designed to prepare patients for long-term remission of their anxiety symptoms and full treatment success.
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Dr. Rodriguez founded the Delray Center in 2003 and built it on a foundation of core clinical, professional, and ethical principles that are adhered to still to this day. Dr. Rodriguez founded the Delray Center in 2003 and built it on a foundation of core clinical, professional, and ethical principles that are adhered to still to this day.