Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
All too often, mental health services are impersonal, cold and methodical. They lack spirit and feel contrived. At Barn Life Recovery, we’ve cultivated a nurturing, inspiring, and safe community that gives you the foundation needed to mend your body, soul and mind.
What is an IOP?
Our IOP (intensive outpatient program) is a form of mental health treatment that closes the gap between too little and too much. Sometimes inpatient treatment is too extreme and individual behavioral health therapy isn’t enough. Our half-day program steps boldly into this gap.
Powered by clinically-backed therapies and tools, we provide you the time and space needed to restore yourself. Continue to live your day-to-day life while you intently focus on your emotional, physical, spiritual and mental wellbeing.
When Do I Need an IOP?
We have proven success among clients who previously received mental health services with little success. From the veteran diagnosed with PTSD and a co-occurring substance use disorder to the panic attack-ridden mother or corporate employee – Barn Life welcomes you.
What to Expect
While in our program, you’ll spend roughly 4 hours a day, Monday – Friday, surrounded by a caring community receiving innovative and comprehensive mental health treatment. Reflecting eons of knowledge, our therapies incorporate eastern philosophies to understand the cause of our suffering, our place in the world and the human condition as a whole.
Throughout our mental health program, you’ll master relationship, vocational and life skills in aftercare groups. Inevitably, when it’s time to start the next chapter, you will stand atop a rebuilt foundation and feel grounded, focused and calm. With our community remaining a lifetime resource every step of the way.
The word “holistic” is rooted in a philosophy that states that parts of a whole are interdependent. This means the whole is only as valuable as its individual parts. No single therapy, therapist, or treatment can heal one’s mental well-being. However, when we approach mental health by looking at the whole of the person’s body mind and soul, we are able to more effectively help.