Dual Diagnosis IOP

Learn tools for thriving no matter the place in your journey!

 

Who is appropriate for our dual diagnosis IOP? Our general dual diagnosis IOP track is for anyone struggling to thrive on a daily basis and looking to gain the tools for thriving no matter the place in your journey. Individual barriers to thriving may manifest through drug or alcohol abuse or dependence, depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, and so much more. Sanare Today's dual diagnosis track is appropriate for ages 18+ as our dual program is adult only at this time. 

What can group members expect? As with any of our tracks, individuals can expect to be met with compassion and whole-person oriented approaches to treatment. Members are accepted where they are in their individual journey and provided with tools that fulfill similar functions to less helpful coping (i.e. excessive drug or alcohol use). Each group day is made up of processing, skill-building, experientials and some days, support inclusion. While each therapist's group will be different per his or her style, participants can expect to have space to check-in with progress or stuck points, challenged to identify and apply skills and encouraged to work on specified tools during the off hours.

Is family involved with this track? Yes! There is also a family component that aims to build better communication skills among one another and to learn about how to keep each other accountable for change post discharge. Family is also educated on stages of change and how to best support you during the process.

We Have 3 Dual Diagnosis IOP Clinicians Spread Across Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties!

Sanare Today offers several specialized intensive outpatient programs: