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Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Serving All of California

Healing Anytime, Anywhere with Virtual IOP

Healing your burnout, anxiety or depression in the world today can seem overwhelming and Clear Behavioral Health understands how adding a weekly in-person appointment to your schedule can only cause more stress. This is why we offer our unique Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) catered to you and your lifestyle.

Sometimes you need more support than a once a week talk therapy session, but are limited by common realities such as transportation, geography or time. Luckily, our Virtual IOP is an affordable, in network mental health treatment option with licensed and credentialed experts providing excellent mental health care from the comfort of your own device.

Accessible Mental Health Treatment

Our virtual program offers the same wide-range of evidence-based methods as our in-person programs, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), somatic experiencing, experiential therapy, mindfulness-based therapy and more.

Typically, treatment includes clients attending virtual therapy for 3 hours per day, 3 days per week for 8 to 12 weeks.

Group and individual therapy sessions are facilitated through a HIPAA compliant video conferencing software and scheduling is simple with convenient links accessible through our patient portal.

Clear Behavioral Health’s virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is available to all residents of California making the path to wellbeing an simple as possible.

Clear Behavioral Health is Now

Proudly Offering Morning, Day and Evening Programs

To Fit Your Schedule



What You Can Expect From Our Dynamic Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program


What Sets Us Apart

At Clear, your mental health is our top priority. We proudly provide the following unique types of support throughout our Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP):

  • Schedule options available day and night to conveniently fit into your daily routine.
  • Leave of Absence support for when you need extra time off of work to focus on your wellbeing. Plus, we’ll handle the paperwork.
  • Personalized support from your own individual therapist to gain insight on your mental health symptoms.
  • Building and cultivating lifelong relationships through group therapy and peer support.
  • Strengthening skills and coping strategies to overcome mental health triggers in daily life

Individualized Treatment

Our virtual IOP treatment provides convenient and comprehensive solutions to promote mental health recovery and wellness for those experiencing common mental health symptoms, including:

  • Depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, bipolar disorder or trauma
  • Adjustment disorder or personality disorder
  • Occupational burnout
  • Difficulty sustaining work-life balance
  • Chronic stress or anger management
  • Caregiver or parental burnout, compassion fatigue
  • Peripartum or postpartum depression
  • Sensory or emotional overstimulation

If you or your loved one is experiencing some or related symptoms, give us a call today to learn more about our amazing support programs from one of our specialists.



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    Benefits of Clear’s Virtual IOP

    Here are just some of the reasons why people love our Virtual IOP:

    • Individualized Treatment: You’ll be matched with an expert counselor and therapist who will design a personalized care plan, unique to your health goals, based on an in-depth assessment.
    • Evidence-Based Care: We use evidence-based processes such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to help you feel better, faster.
    • Convenience: Receive the best mental health treatment from the comfort of your device. Virtual IOP only requires an internet connection.

      Now offering an evening IOP for professionals!

    Our Licensed and Credentialed Experts

    Dr. Martha Koo, M.D.

    Chief Medical Officer

    Dr. Martha Koo, M.D.

    Chief Medical Officer

    Dr. Martha B. Koo, M.D., is the Medical Director and Clinical Supervisor. Dr. Koo completed her undergraduate studies at Princeton University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude, and her medical training at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, where she earned membership to the AOA and Sigma Xi Society for academic excellence. Dr. Koo obtained her psychiatry residency training at the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Institute at UCLA and her subsequent psychoanalytic training at the New Center for Psychoanalysis.

    She is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. For over twenty years Dr. Koo has enjoyed her private practice, providing outpatient psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and pharmacological treatment for individuals, couples and families. She is an active member of the American Psychiatric Association, the New Center for Psychoanalysis, the Clinical TMS Society, the American Society of Addiction Medicine, the American Society of Ketamine Physicians, the California Psychiatric Society and the Southern California Psychiatric Society.

    Lily Shariat, LMFT

    Mental Health Residential and Virtual IOP Clinical Director

    Lily Shariat, LMFT

    Mental Health Residential and Virtual IOP Clinical Director

    Lily is a clinically trained and licensed marriage and family therapist, with 15+ years of experience as a dedicated, & versatile senior executive. Leading large accounts & programs has provided her with the expertise to consult and advise on business and clinical matters.

    With an excellent reputation & high customer satisfaction record, she has been fortunate to work with leaders in the mental healthcare industry. She is highly collaborative, creative, and organized. And able to anticipate, conceptualize & articulate end to end project challenges & opportunities, and lead initiatives to completion in a highly matrixed environment.

    Kelli Rae, AMFT

    Mental Health Virtual IOP Program Co-Director

    Kelli Rae, AMFT

    Mental Health Virtual IOP Program Co-Director

    Kelli Rae is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist and Primary Mental Health Residential Program Director. She earned her Masters of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University in 2022. Kelli previously worked as a volunteer and then a Counselor in the Primary Mental Health PHP/IOP for over two years. Her experience includes working with teens, adults, and individuals with primary mental health and substance use disorders. She is currently working towards full licensure.

    With a personal journey of mental wellness, Kelli is passionate and driven to pass on what she has learned to those that are struggling. She is a human being human amongst other humans – making mistakes, failing forward, and learning to love herself in the process.

    Kelli enjoys staying involved in her children’s school and extracurricular activities. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and children, attending concerts and music festivals, and gardening in her backyard.

    Keefer Wurmstich

    Mental Health Virtual IOP Program Co-Director

    Keefer Wurmstich

    Mental Health Virtual IOP Program Co-Director

    Virtual IOP Highlights

    Our comprehensive approach to our virtual intensive outpatient program ensures you receive the benefit of multiple therapeutic methods facilitated by expert clinicians, and the ability to join a supportive community of peers within a caring and connected online environment. 

    Each level of care employs a combination of group & individual therapy, case management, and psychiatry. Some of our evidence-based modalities include:

    Individual Therapy

    Individual therapy allows clients a private, one on one experience with a licensed therapist to establish a treatment plan.

    Group Therapy

    Group therapy helps reduce the stigma associated with having a mental illnesses and provides a sense of community.

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

    Learn applicable skills that you can benefit from for the rest of your life.

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

    DBT is actively woven into our curriculum to learn tolerance for difficult emotions more effectively.

    Somatic Therapy

    Restore the body’s ability to self-regulate, achieve balance, and help you fully process the trauma safely.

    Aftercare Programming

    All clients are provided with a personal aftercare plan that facilitates long-term healing.

    Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management

    Our formal evaluation determines if virtual treatment is the appropriate level of care needed and if medication or medication changes are indicated.

    Medical Leave/Disability

    Upon admission, clients are assessed for medical leave or disability eligibility. Medical notes are provided for those who qualify.

    Confidentiality

    Our staff is expertly trained to prevent any disclosure of information related to treatment without full consent by the client.

    The Right Kind Of Therapy – Catered To You

    Mental Health Care Virtually Anywhere

    Conditions We Treat

    Chronic Stress, Fatigue, Burnout

    Depressive Disorders

    Anxiety Disorders

    Panic Disorders

    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

    Adjustment Disorder

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Occupational Burnout

    ADHD

    Parental Burnout

    Postpartum Depression

    Compassion Fatigue/Caregiver Burnout

    Start Your Virtual IOP Today

    Clear has the best mental health Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) treatment available, is in-network with all the major insurance providers, and has taken it to a virtual setting to expand treatment accessibility to anyone living in California.

    Our virtual IOP is designed to specifically remove barriers that prevent many people from accessing the treatment they need, such as constraints related to scheduling, transportation, geography, and time. We are here for you, 24/7.

    How to Get Started:

    1. Call 877.799.1985 and speak to a member to our care team today. They will walk you through our program, answer any questions you may have, and verify your insurance benefits.
    2. Once insurance has been verified, a brief virtual assessment will be scheduled with our clinical team, who will then set up an intake date, usually within one to three days.
    3. Meet your clinical team and get started down the path to mental wellness.

    Ready to make the first step towards a life of health and mental wellbeing? Contact Clear Behavioral Health today to learn more about the virtual programs we offer.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • What days/times is virtual IOP offered?

      At Clear, we’re proud to offer daytime and evening programs for our virtual IOP clients to make prioritizing your mental health as easy as possible.

      Our daytime virtual program includes 2 hours of synchronous programming on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, plus one additional hour each day that can be completed asynchronously (at your leisure!).

      Our evening virtual program includes 2 hours of synchronous programming on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, plus one additional hour each day that can be completed asynchronously.

    • What if I’m a full-time student or employee?

      Our daytime and evening tracks, coupled with the convenience of virtual care, offer the highest level of scheduling flexibility. If you need extra time and space to focus on your wellbeing, our care team can guide you through your options for taking a paid or unpaid mental health leave of absence from work. Not to mention, we will handle all of the paperwork.

    • What about insurance?

      At Clear Behavioral Health, we believe mental health care should be covered. That’s why we accept most insurance plans and can work with you to understand your exact coverage options with full cost transparency before you start treatment.

    • How does Virtual IOP work?

      Virtual IOP offers the same wide-range of evidence-based modalities as our in-person programs, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), somatic experiencing, experiential therapy, mindfulness-based therapy and more.

      Over the course of the program, each client receives personalized support from an individual therapist to gain insight into the root cause of their mental health symptoms.

      In group sessions, clients create meaningful and supportive bonds with others on the healing journey. Ultimately, the program helps clients build and strengthen the skills and coping strategies necessary to face and overcome triggers once they return to daily life.

    • Is therapy and outpatient programming the same thing?

      Mental health outpatient treatment includes therapy and much, much more. Clear’s virtual IOP provides a wide range of therapeutic and experiential experiences including individual therapy, group therapy and couseling in a supportive online community.

    • How does the admissions process work?

      Our admissions team is always available to ensure prospective clients remain informed and comfortable during the admission process. We know how important it is for those seeking help to understand their treatment and coverage options.

      Once you call our admissions team, they will guide you through the intake process, which includes insurance verification and a complimentary assessment. If you decide Clear is the right fit, the next step is logistical planning for your intake date and first day of treatment.

    • What does the treatment team at Clear look like?

      Each client’s treatment team includes an individual therapist, experiential practitioners, credentialed group facilitators, medical experts such as doctors and psychiatric nurse practitioners, and a counselor dedicated to developing a life skills and an after-care plan following treatment.

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      Are you a good fit for an intensive outpatient program?

      I struggle with burnout, depression, or anxiety

      I am exhausted and no amount of sleep seems to help

      I feel overwhelmed by the amount of work I need to do

      ​​I have tried talk therapy and need more support

      Has a clinician referred you to IOP treatment?