Young Adult Psychosis (IOP)
Your fast track to a healthy mind
What is Young Adult Psychosis IOP?
Intensive Outpatient Programs provide step-up support from traditional outpatient therapy by offering both individual and group therapy. Young Adult Psychosis IOP is our first IOP program at Ellie Mental Health.
Young Adult Psychosis IOP is a 9-week intensive outpatient program for adults experiencing their first episode of psychosis. This program utilizes key concepts from the NAVIGATE program, NAMI, OnTrackNY, and other evidence-based treatment modalities to work toward recovery after an initial episode of psychosis.
Young Adult Psychosis IOP focuses on reduction in symptoms, reduction in substance use, healthy lifestyle choices, and stress management. Clients use these skills to work towards individual goals, often returning to work or school and improving overall functioning.
This IOP is in person or virtual, with the hybrid model beginning on November 13th, 2023
The young adult psychosis intensive outpatient program includes the following:
Clients meet weekly with a psychiatrist who has expertise in young adult psychosis. Medication is often a useful tool in managing symptoms and improving overall quality of life.
Clients meet 4 days per week for 3 hours per day to participate in group therapy sessions including: process group, skill group, and psychoeducation group.
Clients meet with an individual therapist weekly to work on individualized treatment goals and for continued support of recovery.
Supported Employment Specialist
Clients meet with a social worker or supported employment specialist to receive resources and support towards to goal of returning to work or school.
Clients who receive medication management services will receive nursing support. This support is available for any medication or symptom questions between medication management sessions.
Our Young Adult Psychosis IOP meets 4 days per week from 1:00 pm- 4:00 pm (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). In addition, clients participate in Individual therapy sessions on Mondays.
In network Insurance: BCBS, PreferredOne, UCare, HealthPartners, America’s PPO/HealthEZ, Tricare, Optum
Insurances that do not provide coverage for IOP services: MN MA (and PMAP) and Medicare
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