- Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment
- Domestic Abuse Counseling
- Depression and Anxiety Treatment
- Medication Management and Crisis Intervention
- Marital/Couples Counseling
- Psychological Testing and Evaluations
- Self Esteem and Codependency Counseling
- Individual and Group Counseling
- Marriage and Family Counseling
We specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, alcohol, drugs and co-occurring disorders in an outpatient office environment. Our intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) function as hospital diversion programs for those who are severely depressed, or struggling with alcohol and drug problems. If you are too depressed to go to work, or if alcohol or drugs are interfering with your relationships or job, or if you are “sick and tired” of being “sick and tired”, IOP might be for you. IOPs meet up to three hours per day, three to five days per week, in effort to provide crisis intervention, stabilization and to prevent deterioration.
We are the only private practice in Memphis that offers evidence based IOPs for psychiatric and substance abuse related problems, that has published our treatment outcomes and client satisfaction scores in peer reviewed journals. Our multidisciplinary team is comprised of psychologists, social workers, counselors and psychiatrists and we are skilled in a range of evidence based treatments. We offer urgent/emergent appointments for crisis intervention on a daily basis. Call us now: 901-682-6136.
Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Program
Our mental health IOP provides treatment for people suffering from moderate to severe levels of depression and anxiety that are interfering with their daily functioning, such as work performance, relationships, health, etc. Many of our patients are feeling helpless, hopeless and have thought of suicide.
Substance Abuse / Dual Diagnosis Intensive Outpatient Program
The co-occurrence of substance use and psychiatric disorders is the norm, not the exception, for those addicted to alcohol and / or drugs. In fact, psychological research has shown that people exposed to stress are more likely to engage in drug and alcohol abuse, continue using, or to experience a relapse. This means that for a successful recovery, both the addiction and the mental health issues must be adequately treated.