Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program

The Mission…

The mission of the Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Program at Mental Health Resources, PLLC is to provide treatment for those suffering from depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders or ocd, post traumatic stress disorders or ptsd, eating disorders and other forms or compulsive behaviors, including spending, gambling, etc. and other co-occurring psychiatric disorders. Our goal is provide cost effective, high quality, behavioral health care in the least restrictive setting, to individuals suffering from mental health disorders caused by stress.

What is an Intensive Outpatient Program?

MHR’s Intensive Outpatient Programs were developed expressly to provide an intensive therapeutic environment in an outpatient rehab setting, thereby allowing our clients to stay at home while being treated in their natural environment. Because most individuals who enter our Intensive Outpatient Program do so in the midst of a crisis they require an urgent appointment and frequent, intensive, contact.

Our IOP consists of less than three hours of treatment per day, conducted in our private offices.

To accomplish our goals of providing intensive treatment in the least restrictive setting, preventing hospitalization of patients suffering from the symptoms of depression and other mental health problems, while addressing the needs of the individual, our program provides traditional group psychotherapy, skills training, focused psycho-educational groups and counseling by providers that are designed to meet the needs of the individuals in treatment.

Our staff consists of highly trained and licensed psychiatrists, counselors, social workers and psychologists.

Additionally, depending on the severity and complexity of mental health disorders and co-occurring disorders, we may supplement our treatment program with other treatment modalities available in the community, such as individual, couples or family therapy, support groups, church, AA, Al-Anon, Nar-Anon, OA, EA, etc. to facilitate your recovery.

We recognize that our outpatient behavioral health program is only one of many in our community to treat depression, anxiety and other mental disorders, and that other programs may be offered in conjunction with ours or may be better suited for particular individuals requiring services beyond our scope (e.g., those who need detoxification, are in imminent danger, medically unstable, psychotic, require hospitalization, etc.). When necessary, we will draw upon these community resources to aid us in meeting your recovery objectives.

Our Intensive Outpatient Programs are the only ones in Memphis that are based in a private practice, office setting. We are also the only IOP in Memphis that has empirically validated outcomes, which have passed the rigor of peer reviewed publications, and have proven the effectiveness of our treatment in facilitating your recovery. Our outcomes have been published in peer reviewed journals published by the American Psychological Association, including the American Psychologist, Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, as well as in the multidisciplinary journal, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, Journal of Dual Diagnosis, and in the Behavioral Outcomes and Guidelines Sourcebook. A description of our Intensive Outpatient Program also appeared in the American Psychiatric Association’s journal, Psychiatric Services.

On the following pages, you can view descriptions and see the recovery results of our Psychiatric IOP and our team of licensed psychiatrists, counselors, social workers and psychologists. Whether you or someone you love is suffering from depression, anxiety (obsessive compulsive disorders or ocd, post traumatic stress disorders or ptsd), eating disorders, or other forms or compulsive behaviors such as spending, gambling, stress or other psychiatric disorders, please give us a call to set up an urgent appointment to get the help you need now.


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“Thank y’all for giving me tools and confidence to not only start over, but to have a better quality of life.”

J.C. November 23, 2016

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