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Community based services that takes a person centered and holistic approach to helping individuals and families gain the skills they need to bring about long-lasting change. Services Behavioral Health Services Treatment Plan Development Individual Counseling Family Counseling/Family Training Individual Skill Building Community Based Services (Collateral Contacts) Community Support Crisis Intervention Common Treatment Issues Depression Anxiety Self-esteem Issues Anger Management Communication Skills School Behavior Problems Sibling/Parent Conflict Gang Involvement Peer Conflicts Grief and Loss Trauma and Abuse Interpersonal Skills Inattention and Impulsivity Substance Abuse Mood Disorders Intake process: 1) Referral comes through our website from various sources 2) Referral is processed and insurance is verified 3) a BHA assessment is scheduled with an assessor and then review by the clinical director 4) a diagnostic assessment with a LCSW or a psychiatrist. Counseling Services: IFI-delivered through a team of at least 3 members, a licensed therapist and two paraprofessionals. CORE/Individual services-therapist and/or a paraprofessional The therapist’s role consists of therapeutic techniques essential to process and explore with the client in order to increase insight and understanding that will aid him/her in working through their symptoms and behaviors. Therapy is provided to our clients in order to promote stability towards age-appropriate functioning in their daily environment, which includes working on individual and family dynamics. Stability is measured by a decreased number of hospitalizations, decreased frequency and duration of crisis episodes and by increased and/or stable participation in school and community activities. Emotional support based on the youth’s needs are used to promote resiliency while understanding the effects of the emotional disturbance and/or substance use to promote functioning at an age-appropriate level. The paraprofessional’s role includes providing education and training aimed at providing new ways to deal with stressful situations. The paraprofessional works at building/enhancing the client’s strengths to create new problem-solving skills. Assistance in the development of interpersonal, community coping and functional skills (including adaptation to home, school and healthy social environments) is used to teach clients how to handle situations differently. They also help with school performance, work performance, and functioning in social and family environments through teaching skills/strategies to reduce the effect of behavioral health symptoms. Family training is also given to help parents implement new strategies to bring about change in their home and to build positive communication. Interventions include: Behavioral Modification/Individual Skills Training Life Skills Training/Social Skills Training Individual Therapy/Family Therapy Family/Parent Skills Training Group Therapy/Group Skills Play Therapy Counties we serve Bartow Butts Carroll Cherokee Cobb Douglas Dekalb Fulton Henry Polk Paulding Gwinnett Spalding

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Sonji Willingham, Founder CEO

Jessica Reardon, MS, HS-BCP COO

Nicole Denman, LPC, Clinical Director

 

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Sonji Willingham, Founder CEO

Jessica Reardon, MS, HS-BCP COO

Hans Sherrod, LCSW, Clinical Director

 

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Community based services that takes a person centered and holistic approach to helping individuals and families gain the skills they need to bring about long-lasting change. Services Behavioral Health Services Treatment Plan Development Individual Counseling Family Counseling/Family Training Individual Skill Building Community Based Services (Collateral Contacts) Community Support Crisis Intervention Common Treatment Issues Depression Anxiety Self-esteem Issues Anger Management Communication Skills School Behavior Problems Sibling/Parent Conflict Gang Involvement Peer Conflicts Grief and Loss Trauma and Abuse Interpersonal Skills Inattention and Impulsivity Substance Abuse Mood Disorders Intake process: 1) Referral comes through our website from various sources 2) Referral is processed and insurance is verified 3) a BHA assessment is scheduled with an assessor and then review by the clinical director 4) a diagnostic assessment with a LCSW or a psychiatrist. Counseling Services: IFI-delivered through a team of at least 3 members, a licensed therapist and two paraprofessionals. CORE/Individual services-therapist and/or a paraprofessional The therapist’s role consists of therapeutic techniques essential to process and explore with the client in order to increase insight and understanding that will aid him/her in working through their symptoms and behaviors. Therapy is provided to our clients in order to promote stability towards age-appropriate functioning in their daily environment, which includes working on individual and family dynamics. Stability is measured by a decreased number of hospitalizations, decreased frequency and duration of crisis episodes and by increased and/or stable participation in school and community activities. Emotional support based on the youth’s needs are used to promote resiliency while understanding the effects of the emotional disturbance and/or substance use to promote functioning at an age-appropriate level. The paraprofessional’s role includes providing education and training aimed at providing new ways to deal with stressful situations. The paraprofessional works at building/enhancing the client’s strengths to create new problem-solving skills. Assistance in the development of interpersonal, community coping and functional skills (including adaptation to home, school and healthy social environments) is used to teach clients how to handle situations differently. They also help with school performance, work performance, and functioning in social and family environments through teaching skills/strategies to reduce the effect of behavioral health symptoms. Family training is also given to help parents implement new strategies to bring about change in their home and to build positive communication. Interventions include: Behavioral Modification/Individual Skills Training Life Skills Training/Social Skills Training Individual Therapy/Family Therapy Family/Parent Skills Training Group Therapy/Group Skills Play Therapy Counties we serve Bartow Butts Carroll Cherokee Cobb Douglas Dekalb Fulton Henry Polk Paulding Gwinnett Spalding

LEADERSHIP

Sonji Willingham, Founder CEO

Jessica Reardon, MS, HS-BCP COO

Nicole Denman, LPC, Clinical Director

 

OPPORTUNITIES

Careers

 

Community based services that takes a person centered and holistic approach to helping individuals and families gain the skills they need to bring about long-lasting change. Services Behavioral Health Services Treatment Plan Development Individual Counseling Family Counseling/Family Training Individual Skill Building Community Based Services (Collateral Contacts) Community Support Crisis Intervention Common Treatment Issues Depression Anxiety Self-esteem Issues Anger Management Communication Skills School Behavior Problems Sibling/Parent Conflict Gang Involvement Peer Conflicts Grief and Loss Trauma and Abuse Interpersonal Skills Inattention and Impulsivity Substance Abuse Mood Disorders Intake process: 1) Referral comes through our website from various sources 2) Referral is processed and insurance is verified 3) a BHA assessment is scheduled with an assessor and then review by the clinical director 4) a diagnostic assessment with a LCSW or a psychiatrist. Counseling Services: IFI-delivered through a team of at least 3 members, a licensed therapist and two paraprofessionals. CORE/Individual services-therapist and/or a paraprofessional The therapist’s role consists of therapeutic techniques essential to process and explore with the client in order to increase insight and understanding that will aid him/her in working through their symptoms and behaviors. Therapy is provided to our clients in order to promote stability towards age-appropriate functioning in their daily environment, which includes working on individual and family dynamics. Stability is measured by a decreased number of hospitalizations, decreased frequency and duration of crisis episodes and by increased and/or stable participation in school and community activities. Emotional support based on the youth’s needs are used to promote resiliency while understanding the effects of the emotional disturbance and/or substance use to promote functioning at an age-appropriate level. The paraprofessional’s role includes providing education and training aimed at providing new ways to deal with stressful situations. The paraprofessional works at building/enhancing the client’s strengths to create new problem-solving skills. Assistance in the development of interpersonal, community coping and functional skills (including adaptation to home, school and healthy social environments) is used to teach clients how to handle situations differently. They also help with school performance, work performance, and functioning in social and family environments through teaching skills/strategies to reduce the effect of behavioral health symptoms. Family training is also given to help parents implement new strategies to bring about change in their home and to build positive communication. Interventions include: Behavioral Modification/Individual Skills Training Life Skills Training/Social Skills Training Individual Therapy/Family Therapy Family/Parent Skills Training Group Therapy/Group Skills Play Therapy Counties we serve Bartow Butts Carroll Cherokee Cobb Douglas Dekalb Fulton Henry Polk Paulding Gwinnett Spalding

Home

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What We Offer

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Resources

Contact Us

 

SERVICES

IFI

CORE

Psychiatric

Group

 

LEADERSHIP

Sonji Willingham, Founder CEO

Jessica Reardon, MS, HS-BCP COO

Nicole Denman, LPC, Clinical Director

 

OPPORTUNITIES

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