The Standard Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Program is one of the least intensive levels of outpatient care offered at The Walker Wellness Clinic. We have designed The Standard Outpatient Treatment Program (SOP) to meet the needs of individuals who do not require the intensity of an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) or Day Program, but still demand the highest quality care. The Standard Outpatient program is provided for patients with the following diagnoses: Eating disorders, depression, anxiety disorder, or stress.
Treatment Program Overview
The Standard outpatient program provides much of the structure of our IOP programs including full treatment team management, individual, family and group therapy, nutrition consultations, psychological, and physiological assessments.
- Our standard outpatient program requires only 3-6 meetings per week
- Standard Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Program may be more intensive than other outpatient programs
- An affordable alternative to the more intensive clinical services that we offer
The Basic Outpatient Program (BOP) is the least intensive level of outpatient care offered at The Walker Wellness Clinic. We have designed the Basic Outpatient Program (BOP) to meet the needs of individuals who do not require the intensity of one of our other clinical programs such as the following: Standard Outpatient Program (SOP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), or Day Program. This particular program (BOP) is more economically feasible for patients who are seeking outpatient clinical services and desire a program that offers quality patient care at an affordable fee structure.
The Basic Outpatient Program (BOP) provides many of the clinical components of our Standard Outpatient Program (SOP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), and Day Program. For example, all of the programs at The Walker Wellness Clinic include full treatment team management, individual, family, and group therapy as well as the resting metabolic rate test and nutrition consultations.
However, the psychological test battery is an additional and optional fee for this program. The test battery is initially administered at the onset of treatment and some of the tests (i.e., Beck Depression Inventory, Beck Anxiety Inventory, and Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory, etc.) are re-administered three different times to clinically measure the patient’s progress. In addition, other adjunct services such as equine therapy, music therapy, art therapy, cooking classes, body image classes, and meal therapy are not offered in the Basic Outpatient Program. Therefore, the Basic Outpatient Program requires two meetings per week and is only offered for patients who do not have a severe formal eating disorder.