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Teen IOP

Teen IOP

Committing To Conversations

Isolation. Frustration. Fear. These are just a few of the words that we know can describe a teenager’s experience with depression and anxiety.

At Engage Treatment, our Teen IOP is built to foster conversations, develop meaningful relationships, and validate the struggles and experiences of teenagers. Our job is to facilitate those difficult conversations, teach clients how they can use the tools around them to pull themselves out of isolation and foster a sense of belonging through everything we do.

For teens ages 13-17, the Engage Treatment Teen IOP offers the supportive environment and mentality needed to grow and heal. We use a two-pronged approach – team-based peer support and family-centered therapy. Through 9-12 hours of weekly group therapy, teens are offered a space where they can be authentic, vulnerable, and honest. This process allows our clients to grow their support network, talk openly with their peers and learn from others on the same healing path. These sessions include a wide variety of therapeutic techniques including DBT, CBT, mindfulness, art therapy, and more.

Engage’s teen program relies on weekly family therapy and participation in our parent’s support services. We believe that parents learning and growing in parallel with their children allows for the most healing and the greatest results.

 Learn more about our Parent Support group

Our Teen IOP runs four days a week, typically for 30 treatment days though this may vary based on the individual’s treatment plan. Our maximum client-to-therapist ratio is 4:1. For more information, contact our intake coordinator.

Important Program Details:

  • Groups meet Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 4 pm – 7 pm
  • This schedule moves down to three days a week as treatment progresses
  • Family therapy is scheduled weekly with therapists
  • Virtual Parent Group meets on Tuesdays from 5-6 pm


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