Transitions

porch-square
Front Porch
March 24, 2017
43-girl
Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program
March 24, 2017

YOU CAN Get your life back on track. YOU CAN Recover and live the life you want to live.

How Do Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) Work?
Using a combination of CBT, DBT and Bio-feedback, participants will strengthen their understanding and manageability of their diagnosis. This is accomplished by providing group, individual, family therapy, care-coordination and medication management IOP Goals.

We strive to help participants:

• Understand their Mental Illness
• Make Positive Behavioral Changes
• Create A Positive Support Network
• Address a Wide Range of Psychosocial Issues
• Improve Problem Solving
• Develop Healthy Social/Coping Skills

EMPOWERMENT
Our short-term program is designed to empower and help our participants learn tools to become more self-sufficient. Some of our groups will cover topics such as:
• developing positive coping skills
• becoming aware of self-defeating behaviors
• medication education
• effective communication
• vocational readiness
• relapse prevention
• goal setting

Your insurance company may require prior authorization in order to receive IOP services. Transitions is a NY State grant-funded program.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) provide time-limited, multidisciplinary, multimodal structured treatment in an outpatient setting. It can be used as a step down from inpatient treatment or a step up from community care. The participant receives individual, group and family therapy, when needed, as well as medication management.

For more information please contact:
Tracy Murphy, LCSW Program Manager
845-708-2000 ext 2203
tracy.murphy@jawonio.org

 

 

 

 

 

Call
//]]>