At The Rose of Newport Beach, our rehab and treatment programs are designed to slowly move our clients into greater levels of independence while still providing substantial support and care. Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is the final phase of treatment and rehab for addiction and co-occurring disorders, and provides each woman with the greatest level of independence in an addiction program before she graduates and returns to her community.
IOP treatment at The Rose does not stand by itself. Instead, treatment in this program is a three-phase process that is designed to give each woman the experience of at least 30 to 90 days of sobriety, and our IOP is the final phase of that treatment and rehab process. A woman can begin IOP treatment at The Rose through two different paths. One path is to progress through our traditional residential treatment program, moving seamlessly from residential care to our partial hospitalization program (PHP) and then transitioning into IOP.
We recognize that women who have already completed a residential treatment program elsewhere can also benefit from our PHP and IOP programming, so the second path through which a woman can enter our IOP is by participating in The Rose II program. The Rose II is a combined PHP and IOP program designed to help women who have completed residential treatment programs elsewhere benefit from the effective, comprehensive treatment and rehab for addiction and co-occurring disorders offered at The Rose of Newport Beach.
Regardless of whether she is participating in IOP as a part our traditional residential treatment program or as a part of The Rose II, each woman will work with our talented team of professionals, including drug and alcohol counselors, a licensed marriage and family therapist, nurses, a psychiatrist, physician assistants, and marriage and family therapist trainees and registered interns while in one of our addiction treatment and rehab programs. Members of our treatment and rehab programs also have training in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), trauma, couples and family counseling, hypnotherapy, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), nutrition, and massage therapy.
During the IOP phase of addiction treatment and rehab, each woman will continue to benefit from our emphasis on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Each client will also participate in a number of activities each day while in one of our programs, which may include:
- Art therapy
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Experiential therapies
- Family systems treatment
- Co-dependency treatment
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Trauma resolution
IOP treatment at The Rose of Newport Beach is, for many women, an opportunity to take time and reinforce the work they have done so far in rehab and treatment while continuing to build their skills for living a life free from the influence of substances. As the final phase of treatment programming for addiction and co-occurring disorders, it is a time to reflect on the progress they have made and look towards the future with hope and anticipation of a fulfilling, successful, and substance-free life.
Please click here to view a sample schedule of our IOP Program.