Mental Health Treatment for Adolescents
Teen Outpatient Treatment Program
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Ascend Behavioral Health offers intensive outpatient treatment services to teens struggling with mental health conditions. Our experienced clinicians use evidence-based treatment methods to provide support to those struggling with mental health disorders ranging from depression and anxiety to bipolar disorder, trauma, personality disorders, and more. If you or a loved one is struggling with moderate to severe mental health symptoms, please contact Ascend for mental health treatment and counseling programs. Our clinicians will create an individualized treatment plan and provide the support needed to regain control of your life. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation.
Overview of our teen outpatient treatment program
Ascend’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides high-quality mental health care for teens struggling with a range of conditions, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, anger issues, trauma, and personality disorders. Our expertly designed curriculum and experienced therapists provide teens with the skills and tools they need to manage their mental health and achieve their goals.
If you or your teen is struggling with mental health concerns, contact Ascend for a free consultation about our teen outpatient counseling and treatment programs. Our clinicians are dedicated to helping you find the support and care you need to improve your mental health and live a fulfilling life
Other Teen Mental Health Treatment Programs from Ascend
Ascend Behavioral Health provides evidence-based mental health treatment programs for children and teens in the Central Valley. Our programs address a range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, anger issues, trauma, and personality disorders.
Residential Inpatient Treatment Program
Ascend offers a residential inpatient program for teens struggling with severe mental health conditions. Our program is designed for those who are experiencing significant impairments in day-to-day life as a result of their depression, suicidality, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or other challenges. If you or someone you know is struggling with a mental health condition and needs more support than traditional outpatient therapy, please contact us for a free consultation about our residential inpatient program and other mental health counseling and treatment programs. Our compassionate and experienced team is here to help you on your journey toward improved mental health and well-being.
Teen Partial Hospitalization Program
Ascend’s Teen Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) offers intensive mental health care for teenagers struggling with mental health conditions. Our experienced mental health clinicians use evidence-based intensive outpatient treatment to improve the well-being and daily functioning of teens facing mental health challenges. Our PHP program is tailored to the unique needs of each teen. It is optimal for teens experiencing depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, anger management issues, trauma, personality disorders, and more. This program is a great transition for teens discharging from inpatient and/or residential programs, gradually reducing the frequency and intensity of services while still providing high-level support.
Inpatient Psychiatric Care
This program is tailored to meet the unique needs of each patient and is ideal for those experiencing severe symptoms of mental illness such as psychosis, suicidal ideation, or significant impairment in daily functioning. Our compassionate and experienced team of mental health professionals works closely with patients to stabilize their symptoms and prepare them for a successful transition to a lower level of care. If you or a loved one requires intensive psychiatric care, we encourage you to contact Ascend Behavioral Health for a free consultation about our mental health counseling and treatment programs, including our Inpatient Psychiatric Care. Our program offers 24-hour medical and psychiatric care, individual and group therapy, medication management, and other therapeutic modalities in a secure and supportive environment.
Frequent Questions About Teen Outpatient Treatment Programs
Question: What is the difference between intensive outpatient programs and residential treatment programs?
Answer: Intensive outpatient programs offer a similar level of care as residential treatment programs but allow individuals to live at home while receiving treatment. Residential treatment programs require individuals to live on-site for some time while receiving treatment.
Question: How often are therapy sessions held in intensive outpatient programs?
Answer: The frequency of therapy sessions in intensive outpatient programs varies based on the individual’s needs, but typically includes several sessions per week.
Question: Is family therapy included in intensive outpatient programs?
Answer: Yes, family therapy is often included in intensive outpatient programs to help address family dynamics and improve communication and support within the family.
Question: Can medication management be provided in intensive outpatient programs?
Answer: Yes, medication management is often provided in intensive outpatient programs by a licensed psychiatrist or nurse practitioner.
Question: How long does an intensive outpatient program typically last?
Answer: The length of an intensive outpatient program varies based on the individual’s needs, but typically lasts several weeks to several months.
Question: Can my child still attend school while in an intensive outpatient program?
Answer: Yes, in most cases, children and teens can still attend school while participating in an intensive outpatient program. IOP programs are typically scheduled outside of school hours or offer flexible scheduling to accommodate academic responsibilities.
Question: Are intensive outpatient programs covered by insurance?
Answer: Many insurance plans cover intensive outpatient programs, but coverage varies based on the individual’s specific plan. It’s important to check with the insurance provider to determine coverage.
Question: Can individuals attend other therapies or programs while participating in an intensive outpatient program?
Answer: It depends on the specific intensive outpatient program, but many programs allow individuals to participate in other therapies or programs in conjunction with the intensive outpatient program. It’s important to discuss this with the treatment team.
Question: What happens if my child’s mental health worsens while in an intensive outpatient program?
Answer: Intensive outpatient programs are designed to provide ongoing support and flexibility to address changes in mental health. If a child or teen’s mental health worsens, the treatment team may adjust the treatment plan, recommend additional therapy or medication, or refer the child or teen to a higher level of care if needed.