The Trauma Enhanced Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is uniquely designed to help bring relief to individuals who have experienced a traumatic event which is causing ongoing mental health symptoms or PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). For those who struggle due to constant feelings of fear and a lack of control, the goal of this treatment track is to provide a sense of safety and stabilization.
Programming is offered within two levels of intensity to accommodate a variety of patient needs. Both tracks include group and individual sessions as well as weekly psychiatry or medication management meetings.
Level 1 offers trauma-specific educational and coping skills training in a closed group format within a broader mental health IOP. Patients in this track will attend these trauma-only groups multiple times per week.
Level 2 includes a higher intensity trauma-specific curriculum which also provides education and coping skills to manage symptoms as well as closed process therapy group only for Trauma patients.
If you have experienced any of the following emotional or psychological symptoms, you may be dealing with trauma:
- Disbelief, shock, or denial
- Mood swings and irritability/anger
- Self-blame, guilt, or shame
- Feeling hopeless, lost, or sad
- General confusion or difficulty concentrating
- Fear and anxiety, even when unwarranted
- Withdrawing from others
- Feeling numb or emotionally disconnected
If you have experienced any of the following physical symptoms, you may be dealing with trauma:
- Muscle tension
- Aches and pains
- Nightmares or difficulty sleeping (insomnia)
- Racing heartbeat
- Edginess and agitation