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Anger Management:

An individualized program designed to achieve emotional regulation, stress mastery, and anger control. This intensive treatment emphasize personal, social, and environmental factors that contribute to anger and strategies to use this energy to function more effectively. It is efficient for domestic violence, random acts of violence, or just simply unresolved conflicts leading to frequent outburst of anger. The anger management treatment satisfies most court requirements.

 

Co-Parenting Therapy:

Mental health intervention with two parents who are separated and desire to raise their child (children). The goal is to reduce anger, resentment, and other negative emotions shared by both parents, to enhance communication skills, respect one another, develop healthy boundaries, and to adhere to effective parenting strategies.
 

 

Couple Therapy:

A form of therapy that target the essentials of a healthy romantic relationship. It seeks to enhance communication, passion, intimacy, and companionship for heterosexual and homosexual couples. Specific conflicts in the current relationship as well as unresolved personal conflicts that impinge the partners current functioning are targeted using evidenced-based strategies.
 

 

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Domestic Violence – Perpetrator:

An intensive, individualized treatment that incorporates the Duluth Model, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, and Anger Management to help the perpetrator of violence develop more effective ways to interact with others in his/her environment. Completion of this treatment satisfies most court requirements.
 

 

Domestic Violence – Victim:

An intensive individualized treatment with focus on empowerment and enhancing esteem, assertiveness, and emotional regulation. Treatment strategies include communication skills, the application of the Duluth Model, anger management, and Cognitive-Behavior and Insight therapy models. Completion of this treatment satisfies most court requirements.
 

 

Family Therapy:


The incorporation of Systemic Family Theory, Solution Focused Theory, Communication Theory and many other evidenced based family therapy treatments to help all family members achieve greater functioning. This include all family structures such as nuclear, extended, two-parent household, single-parent homes, same sex parents, adopted families, or foster parenting.
 

 

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General Clinical (Intake) Evaluation

The initiation of services with JNG begins with an Intake Evaluation or General Clinical Evaluation. It is designed to identify the client's clinical needs and to guide the treatment course. It consist of an in-depth interview of all of the different areas that can promote or hinder one’s mental health. It provides an opportunity for the Clinician and Client to establish rapport and to query about treatment options.
 

 

Individual Therapy - Child:

Through the use of play, art, music, and drawings, the child is guided into self-expression and emotional regulation. Through the use of behavioral strategies to include reinforcement schedules and parenting training, the child decrease maladaptive behaviors and increase compliance with rules, apply self-control, and develop better child-parent relationships. Through the use of social skills training, the child learns communication skills, assertiveness, and positive peer interactions.
 

 

Individual Therapy – Adolescent & Adults:

A variety of evidenced-based practices to include mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, insight, psychoanalysis, cognitive, and rational-emotive therapies are used to help the individual target the source of emotional distress and reduce symptoms. The goal is to develop healthy and effective coping skills to master the challenges of everyday life.
 

 

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Infant Mental Health Therapy:


The use of play, interaction with caregivers, and a safe and nurturing environment where infants/children can learn to reduce their emotional distress and develop healthy attachments with their caregivers. The infant is aided in developing effective coping skills that can last them a lifetime. Caregivers also learn how to care for and nurture their children effectively.