Monte Nido’s day treatment programs include partial hospitalization programs (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) and offer an outcome-backed approach where adolescent and adult clients of all genders can focus on recovery and regain a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
Through partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programming, clients participate in group and individual therapy, benefit from Monte Nido’s clinical, medical, psychiatric and nutritional expertise, and experience real life challenges.
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Program offerings include:
- PHP is available up to seven days per week and IOP is available up to five days per week
- Individual and group therapy sessions, dietary sessions and psychiatric sessions
- Family therapy including individual family sessions and multi-family groups
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for trauma-integrated treatment to address co-occurring PTSD in PHP
- Nutritional programming that meets differing nutritional needs
- For clients with co-occurring substance disorders, our day treatment programs support sober housing when available and attendance to outside 12-step meetings
- Skills development through evidence-based treatments such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Comprehensive discharge planning
For clients 18 and older, living accommodations are offered nearby at many of our locations when clients are ready to step down from residential treatment. Clients participate in Monte Nido’s day treatment program and return to apartments to practice independent living.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is partial hospitalization day treatment?
Partial hospitalization program, or PHP for short, is a day treatment program that despite its name does not take place in a hospital setting. Clients live independently while having structured daytime programming for up to seven days per week.
Is day treatment the same as PHP?
Day treatment options include partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP). Partial hospitalization program, or PHP for short, is a day treatment program that despite its name does not take place in a hospital setting. Clients live independently at home or at one of Monte Nido’s client living accommodations while having structured daytime programming for up to seven days per week. PHP programs usually include six hours a day of treatment in-person at one of our locations, as well as virtually for the convenience of in-home treatment.
How long does PHP usually last?
The length of a PHP program can vary based on several factors, including the individual’s specific needs, the severity of the eating disorder, treatment progress, and the program’s structure.
Generally, a PHP program for eating disorder treatment can last anywhere from a few weeks to a few months. Some programs might be shorter in duration, while others could extend to several months, depending on the individual’s progress and the treatment goals.
It’s important to keep in mind that PHP treatment is often part of a larger continuum of care, which might include stepping down to a lower level of care (such as Intensive Outpatient Program or outpatient therapy) as progress is made. The ultimate goal is to equip individuals with the tools and skills they need to manage their eating disorder symptoms and maintain a healthier relationship with food and their body.
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