OUR SERVICES

Mental Health Counseling


Our approach begins with a thorough assessment of the client’s needs, which takes into consideration the behavioral, emotional, physical, familial, social, and educational dimensions of a person’s life. We also assess and integrate the strengths of the individual client and their family, which provides a strong foundation for the client’s treatment plan. Building a partnership with the client, their caregiver (if the client is a child), and other community providers, enables us to create a measurable plan that addresses the unique needs of the client. Our services, which incorporate strengths-based, empowerment-based, family systems, and ecological theories of practice, include:

  • Trauma impact assessment
  • Infant mental health services
  • Trauma-focused therapy, using the latest evidenced-based approaches
  • Trauma-focused play therapy for children (ages 3 and older)
  • Family therapy
  • Parent support and training
  • Collaboration and consultation to other service providers involved with the client

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Types of Therapy    
Successful therapy
Court-involved clients

Consultation and Training

We offer the following consultation services:

  • Strategies for creating proactive, safe, trauma-sensitive programs and school communities
  • Ways to enhance a program’s existing mental health services and crisis management capacity
  • Trauma-focused behavior management strategies for children
  • Parenting support for caregivers who have, themselves, experienced trauma
  • Individual and group licensed supervision

We also offer training services through small groups (one time or a training series), larger workshops, and conferences.

 

Safe Kids-Healthy Families Program

Safe Kids-Healthy Families Program is a program developed by Dianne Corbin, Executive Director, that serves children and their families impacted by sexual abuse.  Since sexual abuse affects the entire family, not just the child or adolescent who was abused, this program focuses on first supporting caregivers (including parents, foster parents, kinship parents, and other family members), educating them about trauma, sexual abuse, the possible impact of their own trauma history on their parenting, positive communication, and trauma-sensitive discipline strategies. A separate curriculum works intensively with caregivers who have a child, ages 3-12 years, who has sexual behavior problems. The program then provides the opportunity for family sessions involving the child who was abused or suspected to be abused and siblings (when appropriate), helping caregivers lead the sessions and teach children important skills about safety and prevention.

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