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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who is appropriate for the adult IOP program?

A: Individuals ages 18 and older who have a diagnosed mental health condition who are:

· Able to engage in a daily structured environment

· Able to perform activities of daily living independently

· Not at risk of harming self or others

Some individuals may be moving up in their level of care, while others may be coming down from a higher level, such as day treatment or residential treatment.

Q: Who is appropriate for the teen IOP program?

A: Individuals ages 13-17 who have a diagnosed mental health condition who are:

· Able to engage in a daily structured environment

· Able to perform activities of daily living independently

· Not at risk of harming self or others

Some individuals may be moving up in their level of care, while others may be coming down from a higher level, such as day treatment or residential treatment.


​Q: Do you share my information with others, such as my parents?

A: If you are over the age of 13 in the State of Florida, you have to give legal consent for us to communicate with your parents or others. Since family therapy is required, however, a release of information for your parents is needed in order for family members to participate in this healing process. Individual therapy and group therapy provides an opportunity for privacy from parental figures if needed. You are encouraged to actively talk to the therapists in the program about your concerns and what you can share and what you'd rather keep private.


Q: What kind of concerns do you treat in IOP?

A: IOP is a mental health focused program, addressing concerns such as depression, anxiety, mood fluctuations, bipolar disorder (case-by-case), and trauma.


Q: What kind of concerns are not addressed in IOP?

A: IOP may briefly address other significant factors such eating disorders, substance related issues, and grief; however, if these concerns are your primary focus, our program may not be the right fit for you. Additionally, some individuals may not be an appropriate fit for our program, such as individuals with a history of violence or aggression, individuals experiencing active psychosis, and individuals who are unable to participate in a group setting.


Q: How long will I be in the program?

A: The program is designed to last 30-120 days, but individuals may move out of the program faster, or stay in the program longer, depending on their individual needs and insurance authorization.


Q: Will I also work with an individual therapist?

A: Adults will meet with an individual therapist as a standard component of their program. Teens may meet with an individual therapist in addition to family therapy if warranted by severity of symptoms.

Q: Will my family need to be involved?

A: Family therapy is required for teens, for family members to gain awareness about your present concerns and support you in your progress. Family therapy may include all the family you live with, or perhaps just one parent or caretaker.


Q: Will others in the group judge me?

A: We ensure a safe environment for all to share openly and honestly about their struggles without stigmatization, judgement, prejudice, or discrimination. We pursue this by actively and frequently discussing confidentiality, respect for others, and collaboration.

Frequently Asked Questions


Q: Who is appropriate for the adult IOP program?

A: Individuals ages 18 and older who have a diagnosed mental health condition who are:

· Able to engage in a daily structured environment

· Able to perform activities of daily living independently

· Not at risk of harming self or others

Some individuals may be moving up in their level of care, while others may be coming down from a higher level, such as day treatment or residential treatment.

Q: Who is appropriate for the teen IOP program?

A: Individuals ages 13-17 who have a diagnosed mental health condition who are:

· Able to engage in a daily structured environment

· Able to perform activities of daily living independently

· Not at risk of harming self or others

Some individuals may be moving up in their level of care, while others may be coming down from a higher level, such as day treatment or residential treatment.


Q: Do you share my information with others, such as my parents?

A: If you are over the age of 13 in the State of Florida, you have to give legal consent for us to communicate with your parents or others. Since family therapy is required, however, a release of information for your parents is needed in order for family members to participate in this healing process. Individual therapy and group therapy provides an opportunity for privacy from parental figures if needed. You are encouraged to actively talk to the therapists in the program about your concerns and what you can share and what you'd rather keep private.


Q: What kind of concerns do you treat in IOP?

A: IOP is a mental health focused program, addressing concerns such as depression, anxiety, mood fluctuations, bipolar disorder (case-by-case), and trauma.


Q: What kind of concerns are not addressed in IOP?

A: IOP may briefly address other significant factors such eating disorders, substance related issues, and grief; however, if these concerns are your primary focus, our program may not be the right fit for you. Additionally, some individuals may not be an appropriate fit for our program, such as individuals with a history of violence or aggression, individuals experiencing active psychosis, and individuals who are unable to participate in a group setting.


Q: How long will I be in the program?

A: The program is designed to last 30-120 dayas, but individuals may move out of the program faster, or stay in the program longer, depending on their individual needs and insurance authorization.


Q: Will I also work with an individual therapist?

A: Adults will meet with an individual therapist as a standard component of their program. Teens may meet with an individual therapist in addition to family therapy if warranted by severity of symptoms.

Q: Will my family need to be involved?

A: Family therapy is required for teens, for family members to gain awareness about your present concerns and support you in your progress. Family therapy may include all the family you live with, or perhaps just one parent or caretaker.


Q: Will others in the group judge me?

A: We ensure a safe environment for all to share openly and honestly about their struggles without stigmatization, judgement, prejudice, or discrimination. We pursue this by actively and frequently discussing confidentiality, respect for others, and collaboration.

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