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An Introduction to IOP
Intensive Outpatient Programs are a form of treatment that is carried out on a rigorous schedule, requiring frequent visits during
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Areas targeted by IOP
Intensive Outpatient Programs target cognition, affect, and psychophysiological symptoms. Affective components are concerned with becoming aware of, identifying, and expressing
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Activities and Services Provided by IOP
Intensive Outpatient Programs include a host of activities and services. Group and individual sessions can touch on a variety of
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Benefits of IOP
There are many advantages to an intensive outpatient program, when compared to traditional one-on-one therapy, such as follows: Individuals can
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Who are IOP programs for?
Intensive Outpatient Programs are designed for people working through substance use issues. Such individuals are well-enough to not require hospitalization,
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How is IOP Different from Residential Treatment Options?
Residential treatment facilities provide 24-hour care for those individuals who require constant supervision and care for severe disorders. For instance,
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