IOP Mental Health offers an exceptional intensive outpatient program for adults in Cary, North Carolina. Natalie Chigozie, MSW, LCSW, and the team of board-certified psychiatrists, physician assistants, and licensed clinical social workers have more than two decades of experience helping adults struggling with severe mental health conditions.
Patients receive medication management and intensive group therapy in the calm atmosphere of the IOP Mental Health office. One of the advantages of the team’s intensive outpatient program is that patients get the level of care they need while living at home. However, they’re never alone because IOP Mental Health manages a 24/7 call center.
The team focuses on helping patients learn the skills they need to cope with their mental health challenges and reclaim a fulfilling life, whether they need anger management or struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, or bipolar disorder.
The IOP Mental Health team incorporates an array of therapeutic approaches to group therapy, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBH), interactive exercises, mindfulness, family of origin work, and experiential approaches like art and music therapy.
Whether patients with severe symptoms need a step up from traditional mental health therapy, or need support transitioning from inpatient care, they can depend on the compassionate team at IOP Mental Health.
Call the office to learn about their services, or connect online to request an appointment today.
Natalie Chigozie, MSW, LCSW, at IOP Mental Health in Cary, North Carolina, has worked in the mental health field for nearly two decades. She has extensive experience helping individuals, couples, families, and groups heal from many issues, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, substance abuse, and sexual trauma.
As a licensed clinical social worker, Natalie is skilled in various behavioral and psychodynamic therapies. She also incorporates the senses into healing and recovery, using art and music therapy to create unique opportunities for learning, recovery, and healing beyond psychotherapy.
Natalie graduated with a bachelor’s degree in social work from Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina, then received a master’s degree in social work from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.
She worked as a therapist in two partial hospitalization programs and as a psychotherapist at several private clinics, including serving as the director of the intensive outpatient program at Cary Behavioral Health and IOP Mental Health.
Natalie has supported mental health in her community for more than 20 years. She looks forward to continuing her work helping adults in the Raleigh-Cary metropolitan area needing intensive outpatient mental health care.