Integrated Mood and Anxiety Program (IMAP)
A powerful response to depression and anxiety
Depression and other mood or anxiety disorders are among the most common of mental illnesses – but that does not mean they are any less debilitating. After decades of treating these diseases, Homewood’s Integrated Mood and Anxiety Program (IMAP) has established a set of therapeutic approaches that gets to the heart of recovery. Our experienced multidisciplinary team—including psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and other clinicians—provide compassionate care that explores the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of these illnesses.
Strength in Numbers
Group work is at the centre of the IMAP program, where participants will explore themes of self–esteem, communications, anger, leisure and lifestyle balance, relationships, managing anxiety, emotion regulation, and loss and grief. We also work diligently to prepare patients for their reintegration to their home and work environments by involving families and emphasizing strong discharge plans.
IMAP is for people who:
- are at least 18 years of age;
- are ready to engage in a group-based treatment program and willing to be involved in an active schedule; and
- have a primary diagnosis of depression, anxiety disorders (generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, agoraphobia) and/or bipolar disorder (not in a manic phase or rapid cycling).
The overall rating of quality of care, given by IMAP patients who have received treatment
The percentage of patients who would recommend Homewood and the IMAP program to others
The percentage of patients who felt Homewood staff listened carefully to them during their treatment
How to Get Help
To be admitted to the program, you require a referral from your doctor or other healthcare professional. We can help you with the patient referral and admissions process. Click below to learn more, or read on about additional Health Centre programs.
Addiction Medicine Program (AMP)
Specialty inpatient program focused on treating individuals struggling with substance use and concurrent disorders.
Traumatic Stress Injury & Concurrent Program (TSICP)
Creates a community that helps patients struggling with trauma and concurrent addiction through the healing process and is open to individuals who have experienced persistent negative psychological effects of a traumatic event(s).
Homewood offers the IMAP Family Information and Support Day approximately every eight weeks. The program is open to families and friends of current or past patients who have been invited to attend by their loved one.