Virtual treatment available: DMA outpatient programs can also be accessed via online telehealth services.
Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program Tampa is a day treatment program that provides care for those in need of an intensive outpatient program (IOP). Treatment is customized and employs a variety of evidence-based modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) , acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and more. Here, patients benefit from one-on-one therapeutic support as well as group sessions in an encouraging environment of peers where they can safely practice new skills that are transferable to home.
Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program is a preferred provider with most major insurance companies. Insurances we accept at this location include but are not limited to Aetna, Florida New Directions Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Cigna, and Beacon. Our team of experienced insurance verification specialists will confirm not only if the level of care you are seeking is covered by your policy but also determine what, if any, out of pocket cost you would incur. Reach out to the team today to verify your coverage.
MEET THE TEAM
Here’s What Patients Say After Completing Treatment*
- 97% feel hopeful about their future*
- 95% believe they can handle life after treatment*
- 99% know what helps them get better*
“This program gave me my life and sense of self back. I learned so much that will help me continue to get better and cope with any problems I run into.” – Q.L., former patient at DMA Tampa
“The staff was friendly and caring and the program was involved and varied every day with unique lessons. The staff is very knowledgeable and nonjudgmental. The team was unified and driven to help all patients feel their best.” – K.W., former patient at DMA Tampa
*Percentage includes adult and adolescent patients who admitted to the Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program in 2021 (between 1/1/21 and 12/31/21) and completed the Recovery Assessment Scale (RAS) (N = 2,278). Average length of stay is 34.2 days for those who completed treatment (did not discharge to a higher level of care, due to insurance, against treatment advice, transfer or administratively).