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Outpatient Treatment gives patients convenient ways to pursue the continuum of therapeutic care they need, while easing back into the rhythm of work and family life.
Here at Valley Hospital, there are Outpatient Treatment program options:
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
Offered as a transitional option for patients experiencing ongoing symptoms after inpatient treatment, PHP provides four hours of clinical therapy each day (with lunch provided), aimed at developing coping and interpersonal skills. A weekly nursing education group helps patients understand their medication, diagnosis and other issues that could impact their overall mental health.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
IOP provides intensive individual, family and group therapies three times a week, three hours per day that focus on reducing symptoms and preventing functional decline. A step-down service after hospitalization, partial hospitalization or residential care, this level of care empowering clients to develop dignity, build character and transform dysfunctional behaviors into positive life skills.
Emerging Adult Program
The Emerging Adult Program at Valley Hospital is specifically designed for young adults. This is a pivotal point in one’s life where independence begins but not everyone is equipped with all the necessary life skills. This can lead to feelings of low self-esteem that can result in depression and anxiety. This outpatient group can help equip participants with the necessary coping skills by addressing mental health and wellness, regulating emotions, healthy relationships and dealing with grief and loss. This group is designed to help participants gain critical life skills to help them find success.
“Understanding You” Outpatient Program
Valley Hospital’s “Understanding You” Outpatient Program offers both a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adults ages 18 and older who are designated as having Serious Mental Illness (SMI) status and a co-occurring substance use disorder. This designation helps determine individuals who have a mental, emotional or behavioral disorder that interferes with day-to-day functioning without support.
Freedom Care Military and First Responder Program
Valley Hospital’s Freedom Care is a dedicated first responder and military program with partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP) and inpatient treatment available. This program serves all first responders and military service members, including active-duty personnel, veterans, retired military, police officers, firefighters, border patrol agents, Department of Corrections staff and EMTs.
Our treatment team utilizes evidence-based therapies to address trauma and crisis, grief, loss and anxiety. In our Women’s Program, there is a focus on life skills, self-image, coping skills, anger management, relationships and developing healthy boundaries.
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- Inpatient Programs
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- Military & First Responder Program
- Women’s Mental Health Program
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Nicolette ReLCSW, CBT
SEP Program Therapist
Nicolette Re is a licensed social worker who has been practicing psychotherapy for decades. Her experience in treating chronic stress and trauma ranges from combat trauma, military sexual assault, vicarious trauma and domestic violence to developmental traumas and childhood sexual and physical abuse. Re’s expertise extends beyond her education, as she holds certifications and has experience working with, and often combining the techniques of, several somatic therapies. She offers a comprehensive and robust approach to the treatment and resolution of traumatic experience. Re provides the following therapeutic services: family therapy, EMDR and somatic group therapy as well as group therapy for first responders, active-duty military and veterans. She specializes in depression, anxiety, PTSD and developmental, betrayal and shock traumas.