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Intensive Outpatient for Adolescents

Intensive Outpatient for Adolescents

To make a referral or for questions about DBT Intensive Outpatient Program for Adolescents at CenterPointe:
Phone: 402.475.5161 x337
Fax: 402.799.1055
Email: iop@centerpointe.org

 


DBT Intensive Outpatient Program for Adolescents

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a comprehensive, evidence-based cognitive behavioral treatment focused on problem solving and acceptance-based strategies.

 

Who Can Benefit

  • Adolescents (ages 13-18) with:
  • Suicidal thoughts and/or behaviors
  • Self-harm behaviors (e.g., cutting)
  • Significant decrease in functioning at school and/or at home
  • Severe symptoms of anxiety and/or depression
  • Significant difficulty regulating emotions
  • Individuals engaging in substance use

 

Goals of DBT:

  • Reduce suicidal thoughts and behaviors
  • Reduce self-harm behaviors (e.g., cutting)
  • Improve ability to regulate emotions and cope with stress
  • Improve important areas of life such as school, home, friendships and family relationships
  • Reduce the need for higher level of care
  • Reduce/eliminate substance use
  • Help learn skills to build a life worth living

 

Program Features

Comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) includes:

  • Individual and group therapy
  • Multi-family skills groups to help foster positive family relationships
  • 24/7 phone coaching for teens
  • Small group setting
  • Longer duration, increasing likelihood of desired outcomes
  • Licensed clinicians
  • Coordination with psychiatry and medication management providers
  • Support with transitions between IOP, inpatient and outpatient therapy
  • Coordination with outside mental health providers, school staff and appropriate medical professionals
  • Insurance-based
  • Central Lincoln location at 30th & O

 

The CenterPointe Difference

At CenterPointe, you are so much more than a diagnosis. In every program, you will focus on skill-building for recovery. This is accomplished by utilizing evidence-based practices that emphasize choice in your recovery options, so you or your loved one can get the help that is needed in a supportive environment. 

 

To make a referral or for questions about DBT Intensive Outpatient Program for Adolescents at CenterPointe:
Phone: 402.475.5161 x337
Fax: 402.799.1055
Email: iop@centerpointe.org