Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs)
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) are mental health educational programs that deliver a balance of support and structure to quickly improve an individual's daily functioning.
The programs are designed to help participants resolve immediate problem areas and develop skills to sustain long-term growth. The programs typically meet three times per week for three hours per day.
PsychBC's Intensive Outpatient Programs are designed specifically for individuals experiencing difficulties requiring a higher level of care than weekly one-on-one therapy. Our Intensive Outpatient Programs also can help avoid hospitalization or serve as a transition from inpatient treatment.
Intensive Outpatient Programs are also ideal for stabilizing those with a history of relapse or emotional instability.
Mood Recovery IOP for Adults - Designed specifically for adults with depressive, bipolar and anxiety disorders. Led by Kimberley Hardy, LPCC-S.
Mood Recovery/Dual Diagnosis IOP for Adults - Focuses on learning healthy coping skills. For adults who are struggling with mood disorders and/or substance use issues. Led by Nicholette Leanza, LPCC-S, and Jennifer Giesel, PhD, LICDC-CS.
Opiate and Opioid Use Disorders/Suboxone Program - Outpatient rehabilitation/chemical dependency treatment including medication/suboxone. Led by Anthony Smartnick, MD, and Deborah Saley, LPCC.
Substance Use Disorders IOP for Adults - Group sessions focus on helping individuals obtain and maintain a life of recovery. Led by Bryan Manning, LPCC.
In North Olmsted
Mood Recovery IOP for Adults - Designed specifically for adults with depressive, bipolar and anxiety disorders. Led by Cheryl Barker, PhD, and Christine Billick, PsyD.
For more information about PsychBC's Intensive Outpatient Programming, please call the Intake Department at 844.468.5050.