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Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Program Group Therapy Tracks

Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Program Group Therapy Tracks

For many people struggling with severe or long term mental health conditions, once-a-week therapy just isn’t enough. For some individuals, although they may be struggling a lot, they also don’t necessarily need inpatient hospital care. Behavioral health intensive outpatient programs, or IOPs, serve to fill in this need gap.

At Sage Neuroscience Center, our intensive outpatient programs are specially designed to help our patients lead a more fulfilling, improved quality of life. We work on increasing confidence and self-worth while improving daily functioning. In our Behavioral Health Intensive Outpatient Program (BHIOP), you’ll be under the compassionate care of our team of experienced mental health professionals.

Our program meets three times per week, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 9 a.m. to noon, and the program has a duration of 12 weeks. The IOP sets up our clients for success in our safe and supportive environment.

Current BHIOP Group Therapy Schedule

  • NAME OF GROUP
  • BHIOP Track I
  • BHIOP Track II
  • BHIOP Track III (Virtual)
  • BHIOP Track IV
  • DAY/S
  • Tu-W-Th
  • Tu-W-Th
  • Tu-W-Th
  • Tu-W-Th
  • TIME
  • 9-noon
  • 9-noon
  • 9-noon
  • 9-noon

If you are struggling to function in daily life, finding it hard to work, go to school, or struggle in social situations due to mental health conditions, an intensive outpatient program may be for you.

For more information about our services, contact us today at

1 (505) 884-1114
or get started with our new patient intake process here:
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Our mission at Sage Neuroscience Center is to provide integrated care that empowers those we serve to achieve sustainable wellbeing through our collaborative community of diverse and inclusive healthcare professionals.

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