Depression and anxiety are common problems in our society, but people often don't know where to go for help.
Recovery often requires individual counseling, or medication management. Sometimes, a more intensive approach is needed. If you have recently had a psychiatric hospitalization, or have been thinking that you might go, consider intensive outpatient treatment instead.
Intensive outpatient allows you to stay at home, but come to treatment typically 3 days a week. You can continue to work, care for family, live your life--while getting the support and care you need for recovery. The bulk of intensive outpatient is done in a group setting, and led by a licensed clinician. Mental health affects not just you, but also your loved ones. They are invited to attend family groups. Options for individual therapy and medication management are available.
If you aren't getting the results you want from traditional outpatient therapy and medication management, consider coming to intensive outpatient treatment to develop coping skills, learn how to communicate more effectively, and live the life you were meant to live.