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Psychologist's Office

Assessment & Evaluation


As part of the Intake Process, SagePoint IOP will conduct a biopsychosocial assessment, which is the evaluation, measurement, and documentation of a client's symptoms, challenges, and history in order to determine diagnoses and service needs. The assessment and evaluation process is comprehensive, aiming to create a holistic understanding of the individual's needs. It serves as the foundation for developing an effective and individualized treatment plan within the context of an Intensive Outpatient Program.


At SagePoint IOP, our assessments will help determine whether an individual is more likely to benefit from our Mental Health Track or our Substance Use Disorder & Dual Diagnosis Track. Assessments are also important opportunities for clients to participate in the treatment planning process and to ensure that their needs are incorporated into their overall recovery plan. 

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Mental Health IOP

SagePoint IOP is a structured and comprehensive mental health treatment program that provides therapy and support for individuals dealing with various mental health issues. Our sessions prioritize social connections, well-being, and the development of long-term coping skills. At SagePoint IOP,  we use a variety of trauma-informed and evidence-based therapeutic modalities to help our clients recover in a safe and supportive environment. We place an emphasis on the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the whole person.

Key Components:

  1. Structured Schedule: SagePoint IOP has a structured schedule of therapy sessions, group activities, and individual counseling. This allows participants to receive consistent and intensive care while still maintaining some level of flexibility.​

  2. Group Therapy: Led by mental health professionals, our group sessions offer support, shared experiences, and coping skill development.​

  3. Psychoeducation: Educational components cover mental health conditions, coping mechanisms, and strategies for relapse prevention.​

  4. Holistic Approach: Addressing physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, SagePoint considers overall well-being, including physical health, relationships, and daily functioning

**We offer BOTH In-Person and Virtual Programming for ease and convenience. 


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Substance Use Disorder IOP


SagePoint's Substance Use Disorder IOP (SUD IOP) offers a structured and compassionate program for individuals coping with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders. 

At SagePoint IOP,  we use a variety of trauma-informed and evidence-based therapeutic modalities to help our clients recover in a safe and supportive environment. We place an emphasis on the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the whole person.

Key Components:

  1. Structured Treatment Plan: SagePoint IOP will help you develop a personalized treatment plans, outlining specific goals and interventions to help you succeed in your recovery.

  2. Therapeutic Modalities: We utilize evidence-based therapeutic modalities to address the psychological, emotional, and behavioral aspects of addiction. CBT, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing  are examples of common approaches.

  3. Group Therapy: Group therapy sessions play a crucial role in SUD IOPs, allowing individuals to share experiences, provide support, and learn coping skills from both peers and professional therapists.

  4. Psychoeducation: SagePoint IOP provides education about the nature of addiction, its impact on the brain, and strategies for relapse prevention is a fundamental component. Participants learn about coping mechanisms, triggers, and healthy lifestyle choices.

  5. Holistic Approach: Similar to our mental health IOP, we utilize a holistic approach, addressing not only substance use but also considering overall well-being, including physical health, mental wellness, and social functioning.

**We offer BOTH In-Person and Virtual programming for ease and convenience.


Referrals, Linkage, & After-Care

Referrals, Linkage, and After-Care planning are a vital aspect of successful recovery outcomes. Also, referred to as Case Management, this is a collaborative and coordinated approach to the delivery of health and social services that links clients with appropriate services to address specific needs and achieve treatment goals. Case Management offers support services to clients to find and connect with outside providers and resources, move seamlessly from IOP care to after-care programming, and help increase self-efficacy and self- advocacy.

Community Support is also a crucial component in building a strong network through ancillary support programs. Networking within the recovery community can provide clients with a safe place to give and receive support, as well as practice long-term recovery skills. During your treatment with SagePoint IOP, clients are expected to attend a community support group in order to establish ongoing support once they have graduated from SagePoint IOP.


Examples of community support groups are: SMART Recovery, Life Ring, Women for Sobriety, Dharma Recovery, Moderation Management, and AA/NA.

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Alumni Support Group

Upon graduation from the program, clients are welcome to join our Alumni Community!  Our Alumni Support Group meets once per week, both in-person and virtually.


Alumni involvement offers many benefits, such as:

  • Peer Support

  • Relapse Prevention

  • Social Connection

  • Continued Accountability

  • Inspiration and Hope

  • Skill Reinforcement

  • Networking

  • Structured Activities

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Substance Use Screening & Monitoring

At SagePoint IOP, we offer substance use screening and monitoring for clients to assist with accountability, as well as for outside sources requiring feedback, such as an employer, probation official, family member, etc. We provide Urine Analysis (UA) testing on site and will provide results (with client permission) to those tracking a client's progress with abstinence. 

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