JOTLAB (Juveniles Opting for Treatment to Learn Appropriate Behavior): JOTLAB is a program in which children and adolescents, together with their families, are treated for a wide variety of problem sexual behaviors. Care is given on two levels: (1) weekly sessions (individual, group or family), and (2) specialized intensive outpatient therapy for boys ages 13-17 which meets 5 days/week for 3 hours/day. JOTLAB uses a variety of interventions and, where appropriate, wraparound case management is provided.
IOP (Intensive Outpatient Therapy): IOP is a program for children and adolescents -- as well as their families -- that provides treatment for a wide variety of problem sexual behaviors. Using a variety of interventions, the IOP group meets 3 days/week for 3 hours/day and includes individual and family therapy sessions. The overarching goal of the program is to empower the participants to make positive choices. Wraparound case management can be provided.