Specialties and Therapies

Specialties

  • Adoption
  • Attachment
  • Anxiety
  • Grief & Loss
  • Blending families
  • Addiction
  • Trauma
  • PTSD
  • Mood disorders
  • Emotional distrubances
  • Co-occurring

Schedule an appointment

208-939-3865
quincy@anbwellnesscenter.org

Types of Therapy

  • Individual Counseling
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Theraplay
  • Sand Tray Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • DBT
  • EMDR
  • TBRI
  • CBT

Peer Support Specialist (get the details here)

A Certified Peer Support Specialist, (CPSS) is a trained professional that has personal experience and recovery from a mental health concern and/or addiction. A CPSS supports a member in developing and succeeding in their own recovery plan. A CPSS promotes recovery for individuals living with a mental illness with the direct understanding that recovery is a personal experience that encompasses all aspects of one’s life. The recovery journey involves the development of hope, self-esteem, purpose, decision making and problem solving skills, connection with others, and a satisfying and meaningful life. A CPSS can support members through goal setting, education, and skills building. Certified Peer Support Specialists work to motivate members through positive ways, with the focus of recovery and well-being by positive change that individuals use to improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.

Family Support Specialist (get the details here)

A Certified Family Support Partner, (CFSP) is a trained professional that has personal experience raising a child with a mental health concern. They also have training and experience with co-occuring mental health concerns and substance use disorders. The CFSP collaborates with other agencies and entities that serve the child and his/her family to improve the quality of life and opportunities of recovery for the child in the home, school and community.  A CFSP supports the child and family in developing and succeeding in their own recovery plan. A CFSP supports the family in their health and wellness by role-modeling healthy behaviors and skills, maximizing strengths and support systems, developing empowering advocacy skills, understanding mental illnesses, understanding rights and resources and how to access them, and developing resiliency.