INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
The Mindful Health Foundation offers a unique treatment option that provides more structure and support than standard outpatient therapy. Services are offered during the day or in the evening from 4-7 PM.
THE MINDFUL HEALTH FOUNDATION’S INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM INCLUDES:
Services are offered from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM and will be scheduled in blocks of time that can accommodate most work and school schedules.
A continued focus on stabilization of symptoms with enhanced education around self-monitoring and understanding personal triggers.
Group therapy is a unique experience that affords an individual the opportunity to build connections, improve self-esteem, develop adaptive coping mechanisms, identify & change dysfunctional patterns or roles, and develop communication skills.
Lunch and dinner are hosted Monday through Friday in our outdoor
dining area/ hanging garden which is a pleasant environment to
eat, relax, and connect with others.
Intensive Outpatient Program Services
Cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective treatment for many mental health conditions and focuses on developing positive thoughts and behaviors.
Body image therapy helps participants challenge distorted perceptions about shape and size and helps individuals understand the forces that have impacted body image development.
Art therapy provides an alternative approach to treating many mental health conditions and can enhance coping skills, challenge perfectionism, and help participants express themselves in non-verbal ways. Artistic skill or experience is not necessary.
Dialectical behavioral therapy enhances distress tolerance skills, emotional regulation skills, interpersonal skills, and mindfulness. Tools include guided imagery, conscious breathing, and progressive muscle relaxation.
Social dining is an opportunity to have a meal and connect with others in a relaxed and pleasant environment. We host lunch and dinner on the back deck Monday through Friday.
Nutrition therapy helps participants understand the role that nutrition plays in maintaining mental health.