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IDT offers 7 independent phases of group programming for clients with mood, anxiety, and/or trauma related disorders. These treatment phases incorporate evidence-based practices including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectal Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Mindfulness, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP). Morning or afternoon streams are available for most phases of treatment. Programs range from 4-12 weeks in duration. Psychiatric follow-up is provided in some phases of higher intensity. Each client attending group treatment is seen every one to two weeks by a primary clinician. Requests for consultation can also be made within IDT for psychiatry, psychology, occupational therapy, pharmacy, recreational therapy and peer support.
Who We Serve
Clients can be referred by a CAMH physician or allied health professional. Clients accepted to IDT should be committed to attending and participating in group therapy and following up with their assigned IDT clinician and/or psychiatrist. Eligibility criteria are as follows for all phases: Primary Diagnosis (1 or more required)
Major depressive disorder
Posttraumatic stress disorder
Substance use disorder
Trauma- related disorders
Other: Clients should ideally have a physician willing to continue prescribing medications after IDT. Long-term care is not provided. Referrals from the emergency department are not accepted at this time.