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Intensive Outpatient Program

These are the most important formative years of an individual. Overwhelming physical, emotional, social change may cause adolescents to develop any number of mental disorders.

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Intensive Outpatient Therapy

A typical IOP program is scheduled Three(3) days per week, Three (3) hours per episode General Sessions are Held Monday, Wednesday and Friday 

For over 40 years Teensavers has been successfully treating adolescent youth (12-17) who have been struggling with Substance Abuse, Emotional and/or Behavioral issues. Our staff is comprised of Psychiatrists, Physicians, Therapists, Psychologists, Certified Substance-Abuse Counselors, and Nurse Practitioners. Our Treatment Techniques are SOLUTION driven!

Our IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program) begins with a thorough, individual-assessment on each teen. We interview the teen and their parents to obtain a whole-person overview of the presenting problem(s). From our assessments, we develop an Individualized Treatment Plan, that address each concern in a specific manner.

We offer: MAT –Medically Assisted Treatment (Teens with Co-Occurring Disorders)

Intensive Outpatient Treatment meets 3-5 days per week, 3+ hours per treatment episode (intensity is assessed during initial interview).

One of our key focused therapy techniques is based on the Nationally accepted, and success-based CBT “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.”  We look for the strength in our teen clients, and design a therapeutic program that fits each of their unique needs.

We engage in a continuous process of evaluation throughout one’s experience here. Teensavers strives to insure; what worked yesterday, still works today, and what works today, prepares our teens for success tomorrow, and for life.

Individual Therapy

Teens Receive Ongoing, Weekly, Individual Therapy; Meeting Specific Goals of Their Treatment Plan Therapeutic Techniques that are utilized at Teensavers IOP include, but are not limited to:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Physical Well-Being and Healthy Food Choice Instruction

  • Technology Dependence Assessment and – Impact Reduction of Personal Tech Devices

  • Evidence Based, Trauma Informed, Success-Oriented Treatment Approach

  • Individualized, Con-Joint, Family Therapy Sessions (as indicated)

  • Behavioral-Focused Therapy

  • 12-Step Support Program – Outside Recovery Meetings may be Assigned to Substance Abusing Teens

Group Process

Teensavers Therapists helps teens develop interpersonal skills, and work on specific goals

  • Behavioral Therapy – Identifying destructive behavioral patterns and interrupt their process

  • Process Group – Identify and verbally address problem feelings, thoughts and behaviors

  • Technology Management – I T staff and Therapists assist to reduce harm from Technology

  • Weekly Parenting Group – Providing guidance and techniques to improve parental influence

  • Therapeutic Educational Sessions – Relevant topics are discussed and processed

Stress & Anxiety Management

The Teensavers experience is that stress is manageable and is a satisfaction-based theory:

  • Mindful Breathing

  • Yoga

  • Meditation


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