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IOP Therapy

embrace U is a structured, short-term treatment program that helps people ages 10-18 work through emotionally distressing
issues while developing new coping skills.


The embrace U care team consists of a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, a psychiatric nurse practitioner,
licensed therapists, and registered nurses.

intensive outpatient program

Our IOP Overview:

A short-term treatment program that can help adolescents ages 10 to 18 work through issues that cause emotional distress while developing new coping skills.

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Adolescent Participants will:

Our IOP may benefit adolescents living with:

ANGER MANAGEMENT CONCERNS

ANXIETY

BIPOLAR DISORDER

BLENDED FAMILY ISSUES

BOUNDARY ISSUES

DEPRESSION

FAMILY/RELATIONSHIP ISSUES

GRIEF AND LOSS

ISOLATING BEHAVIORS

POOR BODY IMAGE

POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS

PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS

SELF-ESTEEM ISSUES

SELF-HARM THOUGHTS AND BEHAVIORS

SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIORS

STRESS MANAGEMENT ISSUES

SUICIDAL THOUGHTS

UNHEALTHY COPING SKILLS

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Would your child benefit from an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)?

Weekly therapy sessions and family therapy consultations with a local therapist can be very beneficial. Still, some individuals need more support to regain lost ground regarding mental health, executive functioning, and academics. An expanded care team and a higher level of care will offer adolescents and their families the holistic approach they need to thrive – rather than survive.

If you can answer yes to any of the questions below, embrace U may be the right fit for your family:

If you observe any of these behaviors and want to talk to someone, embrace U can help answer questions confidentially. Adolescent outpatient treatment can address what’s happening before it worsens. These issues do not normally resolve themselves and can indicate a child’s vulnerability to mental health crises, including suicide attempts. It’s vital to address them immediately to prevent a mental health crisis from developing.

Remember, you are not alone.