OUTPATIENT

Anxiety Services for Teens & Adults 

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OVERVIEW

Specialized care for teens and adults experiencing high anxiety

MHP’s Anxiety Services program is designed for adults and teens who are experiencing high anxiety that negatively impacts their life or relationships. This 8-week intensive outpatient program (IOP) consists of 7-9 hours of individual and group therapy per week (both virtual and in-person options available), as well as prescriber services and coaching. 

  • Adult and teen cohorts

    We offer separate programs for adults and teens so that participants feel comfortable sharing in a group setting and can practice skill-building with their peers. Parents of teens participating in our Anxiety Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) also meet separately to share and support each other. 

  • Virtual and in-person offerings

    Attendance is vital to success. Clients must commit to engaging in IOP sessions for the entire 8-week duration. We offer in-person, virtual, and hybrid options to help participants achieve the maximum benefit from the program. 

  • Flexible scheduling

    We offer flexible times for individual therapy throughout the week at one hour per session. Groups meet 2-3 times a week for two-hour sessions. 

  • Evidence-based approach

    By incorporating a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model with exposure therapy, we work with clients to manage their anxiety by setting achievable and specific goals. We also provide psychoeducation around anxiety itself and practice coping skills. 

SERVICES

How to manage and overcome high anxiety

Throughout our Anxiety Services, adults and teens learn how to manage high anxiety in both group and individual therapeutic settings.   

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Group therapy

Groups meet 2-3 three times per week. Guided by trained therapists, group activities consist of discussions on different anxiety-related topics and learning/practicing skills to manage anxiety 

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Individual and family therapy

Individuals (and their parents or caregivers if the client is a teen) meet at least once per week with their therapist to get support with processing difficult experiences that might make it hard to manage their anxiety.   

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Post-program support 

Graduates of the program can attend weekly drop-in groups to get support with skill maintenance and relapse prevention. Individual therapy is also available to all program graduates, as needed.  

TESTIMONIALS

Stories of hope and healing

“I feel so much better now. More control over myself, I’m not overwhelmed any more. The (Anxiety) class at MHP in Broomfield has given me so much knowledge and I am able to prove to myself I can make it to the grocery store. Thank you so much!”