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Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about trauma treatment and our trauma-focused IOP below

What is Group IOP?

An interpersonal therapy group is a group of people (usually 4 - 8 people) who meet together weekly with one or two therapists to work through relational issues that lead to psychological symptoms or dissatisfaction in relationships.

Why should I join group therapy?

People who join an interpersonal therapy group learn how to relate better to others and to feel better about themselves. Additional benefits include: learning how to be in secure attachment relationships, validation, normalizing your experience, getting to see that your problems and feelings are universal, learning skills about how to be in a relationship, being able to give and receive feedback, learning to resolve conflicts, and learning how to express yourself and get your needs met. To learn more about interpersonal group therapy, click here.

What's different about this IOP?

Our IOP is trauma specific, focusing on the core root of your problems. Addressing the core issue rather than the just the underlying symptoms results in more effective treatment.

What types of trauma are treated?

We treat several kinds of trauma, such as: attachment trauma (trauma that occurs in a relationship that is supposed to be safe and secure), interpersonal trauma (trauma between individuals), impersonal trauma (trauma within a community, such as a natural disaster).

How many people are in the group?

The group varies in size, between 4-8 people.

What is the weekly time commitment for this group?

There are three days of 3 hr groups, with a total time commitment of 9 hours per week, not including the weekly check-in (30 mins).

Do I have to stay in the program for the full 8 weeks?

Yes, in order to get the most out of this IOP, all 8 weeks are mandatory.

Do you take insurance?

No, at this time we are not taking insurance. However, we do offer the option of having our clinicians file everything, including a medical letter of necessity. This can be helpful in getting at least partial reimbursement if you use your out-of-network benefits.

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