Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Eating Disorder Recovery

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IOP Program Components:

Our groundbreaking eating disorder virtual IOP integrates the distinct, personalized care of the EDRS model with conventional eating disorder treatment approaches, guaranteeing that we address you or your loved one exactly where you are in your recovery journey.

IOP Program Components

Our adaptable IOP model comprises:

  • Weekly treatment planning sessions dedicated to crafting and upholding a personalized care plan aimed at achieving your recovery goals while in EDRS IOP Care.
  • Weekly nutrition counseling led by a registered dietitian, tailored to assist you in fulfilling your unique nutritional needs.
  • Weekly schedule of care incorporating meal and therapy groups, with added flexibility to accommodate your other life commitments while still focusing on recovery.
  • Individualized step-down plans integrating 1:1 coaching, outpatient therapy, and outpatient nutrition counseling to support you in maintaining your progress.
  • Dedicated team of providers to oversee your care.
  • Intensive case management and collaboration with your outside providers. We are currently in-network with Anthem BCBS and Aetna for IOP. Private pay options available. Program open to adults (18+).
Why An Intensive Outpatient Program

Why An Intensive Outpatient Program? 

In our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), you will receive top-quality clinical care from experts in the field while juggling your daily life, work, and family responsibilities – all within an outpatient setting.

As an IOP participant, you will benefit from a comprehensive approach to eating disorder care and recovery that encompasses a range of therapeutic modalities, including group therapy, individual therapy, nutritional counseling, and more.

The group aspect of IOP provides a unique opportunity for peer support, fostering a sense of community and understanding that is invaluable to the healing and recovery journey.

Tailored schedule options within the program cater to your varying time commitments and availability, facilitating easier access to the support you need.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for eating disorder recovery?

An IOP is a structured treatment program that provides intensive therapy and support for individuals struggling with eating disorders while allowing them to live at home and continue with daily activities.

What does an IOP typically involve?

An IOP typically involves a combination of individual therapy, group therapy, nutritional counseling, and medical monitoring. Treatment plans are tailored to each individual’s needs and may include meal support, psychoeducation, and skill-building exercises.

What are the benefits of participating in an IOP for eating disorder recovery?

Participating in an IOP provides individuals with structured support and accountability, helping them develop coping skills, address underlying issues, and establish healthier behaviors around food and body image. It also allows individuals to maintain connections with their support system and community while receiving treatment.

Who is suitable for an IOP for eating disorder recovery?

Individuals who require more support than traditional outpatient therapy but do not need round-the-clock care provided by inpatient treatment may benefit from an IOP. It’s often suitable for those transitioning from inpatient care or for those whose symptoms are not severe enough to warrant inpatient treatment.

How often are sessions in an IOP?

Sessions in an IOP are usually held several times a week, ranging from three to five days, for several hours each day. This frequency allows for intensive therapy while still accommodating individuals’ daily responsibilities.

Is an IOP effective for eating disorder recovery?

Research has shown that IOPs can be highly effective in treating eating disorders, particularly when combined with other forms of therapy and support. Success rates vary depending on factors such as the individual’s commitment to treatment, the severity of their disorder, and the quality of the program. However, many individuals find significant improvement in their symptoms and overall well-being through participation in an IOP.

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