Utah Family Therapy’s Anxiety (IOP Program) was created for you, whose needs have not been met through weekly therapy. Let us help you find hope and stop struggling with anxiety, past trauma, depression , and OCD.
As part of our Outpatient Program, we assign you a trauma-informed Individual Therapist Advocate (ITA) who sees you through your therapeutic process, including IOP Groups and Family Treatment.
You will work one-on-one with a qualified trauma-informed therapist to help your brain and body process the traumatic experiences that may be contributing to your anxiety, depression, and OCD.
Utah Family Therapy’s IOP is for Adults and Teens with moderate to severe:
Also, for individuals:
Each therapist works hard to help you realize your own value, worth, and accept yourself for who you are and manage the challenges you face in your daily life.
Throughout the Intensive Outpatient Program, you will receive many different forms of treatment, and other alternative therapies here are a few we use regularly:
We are a mental health issues, trauma-informed clinic, focused on promoting healing using several different methods of treatment.
The treatment process involves our caring team of qualified therapists trained in some of the most effective models of therapy to treat trauma, anxiety, depression, and OCD in the recovery process.
Through a combination of individual, group, and family therapy, you will learn new skills and techniques to improve your quality of life.
Our goal, as a clinic, is to help you and your family deeply heal and connect, helping you improve communication skills.
Your individual counseling sessions will allow you to get specific therapy for your needs and create a treatment path for optimal healing and support.
In the words of a former client,
“I finally feel joy and hope again.”
Recovery is a process, Anxiety Therapy IOP is designed with the main focus of compassionate healing, without shame, and judgment.
You will have an anxiety therapist that will join you on your journey as you go through the intensive outpatient treatment program.
Anxiety therapy groups are focused on helping you develop social skills, problem-solving skills, and other critical skills to manage your anxiety and to instill hope.
Compassion, communication and connection is key to the success of our program as one client said,
“My anxiety just melts away when I come here. I just love this place. I feel so relaxed”
We feel honored to work in this industry and it would be a great pleasure to help you. Still not convinced?
What parents are saying:
“I don’t know what you’re doing here but it’s working. I’ve never seen my [child] so happy and confident. They just love coming here and is even considering going to school locally so they can continue to come here for therapy.”
“My child wants to keep coming and they’ve never stuck with anything longer than two weeks. Your program works.”
“I look forward to coming to your parent’s group it’s been really helpful for me and my family.”
We work hard to create an environment of safety, compassion, empathy, and growth so we can connect and communicate more effectively. We expect the same level of hard work from you.
Schedule an assessment to join Utah Family Therapy’s Intensive Outpatient Program, and improve your mental health. 801.901.0279!
Although we don’t think you should allow insurance to determine what’s best for you, we do accept several different insurances.
We also work with insurances that are out-of-network providers:
Mental illness is a real challenge you may be facing and residential treatment is more than you need but you do need more than individual counseling or multiple therapy sessions.
IOP may be the next level of care that you need, meeting 5 times per week and providing more support than individual therapy sessions can provide.
Utah Family Therapy provides many behavioral health issue outpatient services so please contact us at 801.901.0279 and let us know what challenges you’re facing to get the best care you need and meet our treatment team.
If we feel that you would need a higher level of care like a residential treatment program, we have positive relationships with several inpatient programs that we can refer you to to get the inpatient care you need.
“My anxiety just melts away when I come here.” – J.P.
Call us at (801) 901-0279 to schedule an assessment.
Schedule a time for the assessment.
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