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Mental Health IOP in Boulder

A small group intensive outpatient program in Boulder, CO for recovery from mental health struggles.

Groups offered 5:30 – 8:30 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays

Mental Health & Trauma Therapy Boulder Mental Health IOP

The IOP at APN Boulder is a new offering from All Points North for individuals who are experiencing mental health challenges, overwhelming stress, or emotional dysregulation. With three 3-hour therapy groups each week, clients participate in an integrative program designed to guide them through processing the past and learning how to move forward with tangible skills and tools.

Get comprehensive support for your recovery from leading mental health providers in Boulder.

Expert Care Team
Expert, Specialized Treatment Team

Get support from clinical and medical experts with decades of experience

Mountain View
Accessible Mental Health Focused IOP

Meet in-person in downtown Boulder for targeted mental health work in a convenient location

Experiential Care
Three Sessions of Group Therapy Per Week

9 hours of group therapy in a comfortable setting plus an hour of individual therapy

Custom-Curated Programs
Evidence-Based, Trackable Outcomes

Get care that really works, with client outcomes in the top 5% of the nation

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Boulder IOP at a Glance

  • 6-week program with rolling admission
  • 10 hours of programming per week
  • Individual in-person sessions scheduled weekly at your convenience
  • Group meetings are 3 hours long, 3 days per week at APN Boulder
  • Led by a licensed therapist

Boulder Mental Health IOP Participant Goals

  1. Understand how past trauma, behavioral patterns and impulsive reactions impact current relationships
  2. Learn, utilize and implement tools to recognize behavioral triggers and how to respond rather than react
  3. Learn evidence-based skills and tools to manage anxiety and trauma responses, including emotional regulation
  4. Develop a practical understanding of mind-body interactions and their effects on your overall mental health
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Meet Your Therapist

Amy Maxwell, LPC, LCAT, ATR-BC

Amy prioritizes creating a safe space in the therapeutic relationship to explore vulnerable thoughts, feelings, and experiences while helping clients make changes to move toward empowerment and alignment with their values. She has experience facilitating CBT, DBT, art therapy-based groups, psychodynamic therapy, and EMDR in various settings, often incorporating principles of Internal Family Systems and attachment into her work.

Amy is a nationally Registered and Board-Certified Art Therapist and a trained EMDR therapist. She earned her Master of Professional Studies in Creative Arts Therapy at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, and she is currently pursuing her Certificate in Psychedelic Assisted Therapy at Naropa University.