Iowa City Adult In-Home Therapy
The Iowa City Adult In-Home Therapy program at Nystrom & Associates supports individuals with a mental health diagnosis who experience barriers to receiving therapy in an office setting. Individuals will meet with a therapist in the home to resolve problematic behaviors or difficult thoughts and feelings related to mental health symptoms and life circumstances.
Iowa City Adult In-Home Therapy brings the needed services of psychotherapy to clients in their homes who experience psychosocial or environmental barriers to getting into the office for regular outpatient therapy appointments. These services are particularly beneficial for individuals who suffer from severe social anxiety, agoraphobia, have physical or medical conditions, or who have transportation barriers that prevent them from leaving their homes.
Our therapists will meet with you in your home or community setting to provide psychotherapy services; including individual therapy, family therapy, and couples therapy, depending on treatment needs. Therapy includes processing through core thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that impact our lives and cause stress or emotional, physical, or mental pain. This can include working through relationship issues/conflicts, personal dilemmas, past trauma, medical illness, depression, and other life challenges
Iowa City Adult In-Home Therapy is for clients ages 18+ and typically begins with one 60 minute appointment per week. As clients make progress and accomplish goals, appointments start to taper off. Our therapists will continue to meet with clients until they have met their goals. In addition, they will coordinate with the care team of the client as requested.
For children’s in-home therapy, click here.
About Iowa City, IA
Iowa City is a city in Johnson County, Iowa, United States. It is the home of the University of Iowa and county seat of Johnson County, at the center of the Iowa City Metropolitan Statistical Area. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city’s population at 75,130 in 2019, making it the state’s fifth-largest city. The metropolitan area, which encompasses Johnson and Washington counties, has a population of over 171,000. The Iowa City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is also a part of a Combined Statistical Area (CSA) with the Cedar Rapids MSA. This CSA plus two additional counties are known as the Iowa City-Cedar Rapids (ICR) region which collectively has a population of nearly 500,000.