STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Substance Use Evaluations are provided, as well as outpatient substance use counseling.
PCIT is an evidenced based therapy approach designed to address emotional and behavior disorders in children 2 to 7 years of age. The child's parent(s) or guardian is actively involved in PCIT. The goal of the therapy is to improve the quality of parent-child relationship and change the interaction patterns between the two. The skills taught to the parent are used to establish a secure and nurturing relationship between them and their child.
Chelsa is available on the Central Community College- Platte Campus to provide therapeutic services to students. Family Resources of Greater Nebraska provides all students with 12 sessions at no cost to them each year. Contact FRGN to have sessions authorized at 888-381-7487.
Academic/School Problems - Adjustment Difficulties - Aggression - Anger Management - Anxiety - Attachment Issues - ADHD - Behavior Problems Bullying - Depression - Fears & Phobias - Eating Disorders - Grieving and Loss Marriage/Partner Relation - Obsessions & -Compulsions - Oppositionnal Defiant Disorder - Parent Training - Peer Relations - Stress - Substance Use
Victims of Abuse - Trauma - Work Concerns
PARENT CHILD INTERACTION THERAPY
Mental & Behavioral Health (MBH) provides mental health and substance use services to children, adolescents, families, adults and couples. Services involve problem identification, problem solving and treatment implementation. We collaborate with your physician, as well as other community professionals, upon your request, to provide quality treatment for a wide range of concerns.
Accept most insurances including but not limited to Nebraska Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Midland's Choice, Aetna, Medica, United Healthcare, RCI, UMR and other payers.
Our therapists work diligently to utilize resources such as EAP, Grant Funding and discounted rates to meet your financial needs.
Concerns are addressed using empirically supported treatments. Treatment will be explained and modeled in the clinic. Some concerns that can be addressed are (but not limited to) are: