Santa Rosa, CA – Siyan Clinical, the largest psychiatric practice in the North Bay invites community health care, mental health professionals, administrators, and the community to join its intensive outpatient program (IOP) open house. “We launched this program for patients and families going through psychiatric crisis who fall in-between acute and chronic health issues to help rehabilitate them.” explains Siyan founder and CEO Dr. Anish Shah, “They are not appropriate candidates for primary or outpatient routine psychiatric care as they need a higher level of attention. IOP is an intermediatory level of care for these patients.” Headed by IOP director Matthew Reel and his team of Clinicians and program manager Amanda Anello services are based on an individualized treatment plan, which places each patient’s goals at the center of their care. Learn about transformative IOP work at https://siyanclinical.com/intensive-outpatient-program-iop/ or call 707.206.7268.
Event will be held on:
Wednesday, December 20, 2023, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.5:30 p.m.
at Siyan Clinical – 480 A. Tesconi Circle, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401
Open to the Community!
Join us for Beverages, Snacks, and a Lively IOP Education & Discussion
The program utilizes evidence-based modalities such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) providing patient-centered trauma-informed care, healthy lifestyle choices, intensive group therapy and life skills lessons for those with substance abuse issues.
The Siyan Clinical IOP multidisciplinary team works to ensure each patient’s needs, concerns, and objectives are addressed in small, customized group therapy sessions, in a supportive, caring, and comfortable environment provided by skilled psychotherapists who offer evidence-group-based therapies, 3 hours per day, 3 days per week. These groups are highly structured, curriculum driven, and highly skilled based.
A passionate and experienced team of therapists address issues including coping skills to manage stress and anxiety, mindfulness and DBT skills, managing thoughts and changing behaviors, relapse prevention for both mental health and substance abuse issues, interpersonal communication skills, trauma – education and ways to cope, medication education, nutrition, sleep hygiene and family education groups. For patients struggling with:
IOP Mental Health program is for patients needing a higher level of care or having worsening symptoms; it is also used as a step-down program for clients recently discharged from a hospital stay. Siyan Clinical, a mental health clinic focuses on multiple important community health issues, including treatments for depression and TMS therapy, community-based projects, research, and clinical trials. Learn more about the practice at https://siyanclinical.com.