Many people rely on individual therapy for psychological support, but sometimes people need more help than can be provided by unique treatment alone.
Men and women requiring more comprehensive mental health services may be referred to an intensive outpatient program (IOP).
An IOP is a structured therapeutic environment that provides therapy and restorative services 3 to 5 times a week for 3 hours daily and typically runs for 6-12 weeks.
An IOP allows people recovering from a mental illness to continue their recovery, offering group therapy, individual therapy, psychiatry, and other modalities for men and women with depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other mental health issues.
All the services we offer work exceptionally well when they are combined. Please call us for more details.
IOP level of treatment is three or more hours per day for 3 to 5 days per week. This more intensive treatment will be individualized to address your needs and includes individual and group sessions to provide you and all clients with a more holistic and contained environment.
During admission to our program, all clients will receive an assessment and evaluation to develop an individualized treatment plan and establish the next steps moving forward. You will meet with a primary therapist, a psychiatrist, an MD, and specialists in treatment modalities that are determined to be the best fit.
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Our treatment is highly individualized and focuses on your specific needs! The individualized treatment program will consist of some or all of the following modalities, depending on your needs:
Group therapy can be an effective way to share experiences with others dealing with the same issues in the community. Group therapy sessions are kept small, typically less than eight people per group, and are 100% confidential.
We have several groups a day; morning and evening groups are available, also some mid-day groups. Please contact us for a group schedule. We encourage our clients to attend as many groups as possible; they play a crucial role in healing.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)
CBT is one of the most well-researched methods of talk therapy. CBT involves becoming aware of negative, self-destructive, and maladaptive thought patterns and developing skills to help deter these. CBT is an active type of talk therapy whereby the individual works on attaining specific goals with their therapist.
DBT – DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY
DBT is another type of evidence-based talk therapy involving increased mindfulness, emotional regulation, resilience, and communication skills. Once learned, DBT skills can become helpful in many other facets of life.
TMS uses magnetic pulses to gently activate parts of the brain associated with depression and anxiety. TMS is typically administered five times per week for 4-6 weeks. TMS is both drug-free and FDA-approved.
KETAMINE / SPRAVATO / nasal or oral form
Ketamine (or name-brand Spravato) is an intranasal spray that can rapidly alleviate symptoms of depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and pain. Ketamine treatments could be done office or at home and administered and monitored closely by our medical team.
Neurofeedback allows individuals to train their brainwaves to combat maladaptive patterns and behaviors. A computer is set up to monitor these brainwaves, and we give individual feedback depending on what waves are produced. For instance, if an individual is anxious, their brainwaves will reflect this, and the computer may make a specific sound. The same may happen if someone is more relaxed. Over time, people can learn how to control their brainwaves and teach themselves how to regulate their brains.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) is a modified form of cognitive therapy incorporating mindfulness practices such as meditation and breathing exercises. Using these tools, therapists teach clients how to break away from negative thought patterns that can cause a downward spiral into a depressed state so they can fight off depression before it takes hold.
Incorporating VR in therapy can increase the ease, acceptability, and effectiveness of treatment for anxiety. VR exposure therapy (VRET) permits individualized, gradual, controlled, immersive exposure that is easy for therapists to implement and often more acceptable to patients than in vivo or imaginal exposure.
EMDR – TRAUMA THERAPY
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is one of the most effective treatments available for PTSD.
EMDR therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and panic disorders.
Hypnotherapy is a type of mind-body intervention in which hypnosis creates focused attention and increased suggestibility in treating a medical or psychological disorder or concern.
Health insurance may cover a portion or all of a client’s cost for outpatient mental health.
In-network and out-of-network insurance benefits differ from policy to policy and coverage is based on medical necessity. Not all people require the same level of care and that is why each client at Clear Mind has a personalized treatment plan.
To find out if your health insurance can be used for treatment, CMT admissions consultants can run a courtesy insurance verification to determine if your policy has benefits and if there is any out of pocket cost.
To verify health insurance coverage and benefits contact us at 310-571-5957 or fill out our insurance verification form on our website.
Clear Mind Treatment is in-network with Multiplan We also work with many PPO insurances as an out-of-network provider such as Aetna, Cigna, Humana, UnitedHealthcare and more. Medicare also covers some of our services, like our TMS based depression/trauma program.
Insurance benefits may cover mental health, substance abuse, and dual diagnosis conditions at Clear Mind outpatient treatment program.
Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder may be part of your insurance benefit coverage.
Health insurance may cover part or all of a client’s treatment costs as insurance benefits differ from policy to policy. Searching for Mental Health Treatment can be an overwhelming experience let us help you by calling today to have one of our admissions team provide you with a free verification of benefits.
At Clear Mind Treatment each treatment plan is individualized to meet the needs of the client. Each client begins their treatment at Clear Mind with an admission assessment with a therapist one on one to evaluate depression, anxiety, trauma before assign you to your own individual therapist, who you will see at least once a week during the course of the comprehensive, individualized treatment program.
Family members are encouraged to participate in supporting their loved one, with the clients written consent, by communicating with the Clear Mind Treatment clinical team for updates on progress and well as getting direction from the clinical team for personal self-care.
Many families have felt isolated by mental health problems so family members are invited to attend family sessions and family support Groups.
Clear Mind is more than just LGBTQ friendly…Our curriculum perfectly addresses the areas of life and wellness that can be impacted by identifying as LGBTQ in today’s society. We also offer LGBTQ affirmative therapy, and we maintain close ties with many providers in the community who provide medical and psychiatric care specific to LGBTQ identifying individuals.
As long as you meet these requirements by your insurance provider, you will be covered for TMS therapy. You will always be responsible for your deductibles and copayments if any. We can run your verification of benefits to provide you with all those details.
Here are the requirements by the major insurance companies:
In most cases you also have to show that you tried therapy before too.
In case you are not covered for TMS therapy only, we have a solution : thankfully Clear Mind Treatment offers TMS as part of it’s IOP Treatment program. Meaning we bundle TMS therapy with psychiatry and individual and group therapy. You will most likely be approved for bundled services rather than individual services.
It typically runs anywhere between 6 weeks to 3 months, depending on individual needs, diagnosis and individualized treatment plan. There is always a possibility for booster sessions and asking your insurance company to cover you for more time based on medical necessity.