PHYSICAL ABUSE such as hitting, slapping, shoving, grabbing, and pinching. SEXUAL ABUSE such as marital rape, attacks on sexual parts of the body, and using threats of violence to coerce or force sex. EMOTIONAL ABUSE such as undermining an individual’s sense of self-worth or self-esteem, constant criticism or blaming, humiliation, and name calling. ECONOMIC ABUSE such as withholding access to money, taking car keys, denying money for expenses, or forbidding attendance at school or work. PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSAULTS such as stalking, causing fear by intimidation, discrediting the partner’s reputation, isolating partner from family, friends, or work, or threats of violence/ harm to self, partner, children, pets, or partner’s family or friends. .

Medication * Evaluations & Assessments * Nurse * Mood Disorders * Personality Disorders

Evaluations * Community-Based Services * Children, Teens, Adults, & Care givers * Summer Therapeutic Activities * After-school Program * Parent Training * Medication

Linking children and their families to avenues to obtain basic needs * Mental health services * Life skills training * Academic support * Strengthen bonds between children and their families including * Reconnecting Children with their incarcerated parents * Mitigate childhood trauma caused by parental incarceration, incarceration * Increase the likelihood of successful reunification.

Parenting * Grief * Marriage * Sexual Abuse * Trauma * Depression * Addictions * Domestic Violence * Stress * Anger Management * Cancer * Sex Addiction * Officer Involved Shootings * Autism * Suicide & Self-Harm * Sexual Identity * Eating Disorders * IOPs * HIV * Family Therapy * Major Life Transitions * Weight Management * The Straight Spouse * Inmates Children * Parolees

Telemental Health is the provision of mental health services using live, interactive, telephone, email, or video-conferencing. Improved access to specialty mental health services for assessment and ongoing treatment. Improved quality of mental health care. Better integration of specialty mental health services into the patient’s health care more generally. Reduced costs for accessing specialty mental health services (e.g., time, travel costs). Reduced wait time & Improved continuity. Telemental Health is a cost-effective way to improve access to specialty mental health services in rural and underserved communities.

Male & Female victims of Rape, Incest, & Molestation * Life After Sexual Assault * Legal Issues for Sexual Assault Survivors * Friends and Families of Sexual Assault Survivors * Do Children Sexually Abuse other Children? * From Victim to Survivor * Incest Survivors, What Do I Do Now? * Overcoming Painful Past Experiences * Protecting Children with disabilities from Sexual Abuse * Sexual Abuse of Seniors * Understanding Children’s Sexual Behaviors * Talking to Your Children About Sex * Sexual Abuse of Persons with Developmental Disabilities * Responding to Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Stalking * Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

Counseling, Training, Education & Support PTSD/Trauma * Parenting * Crisis Response * Critical Incident Stress Debriefing * Substance Abuse * Stress Anger Management *Officer Involved Shootings * Suicide Prevention * Police Officer Families * Anxiety * Evaluations & Assessments * Depression* Co-occurring Disorders * Parenting s

Police Officer Shootings * Depression Police Marriage/Families * Stress * PTSD Addictions * Anger Management

* Toxic Foods *Stress & Anxiety * Self-Management * Setting Realistic Weight Loss Goals * Journaling * Nutrition * Diet & Diseases * Food Labeling *Family & Psychological Influences *Depression *Exercise * Healthy Diet * High Risk Situations * Support systems * Realist Beliefs

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Anger management * Parolees & Probation * Trauma * Sex Abuse * Domestic Violence & support Group * Conflict Management * Individual, Family & Group Therapy * Mediation * Bullying * Violence In The Workplace * Safety Planning * Life skills Training * Linkage to Legal aid * Parenting Education * Linkage to Shelters * Childcare * Clinical Assessment l Substance Abuse Services * Major Life Transitions * Sexual Identity

IFI & Core Services * Marriage * Pre-marriage * Panic & Anxiety * Depression * Trauma * Clergy * Self-Harm Behaviors * Stress Management * Parenting * Family Conflicts * Eating Disorders * Incidents With The Police * Grief & Loss * Work & Life Issues * Substance Abuse * Parent-Child-School-Problems * Mental Health Assessments for Children & Adults * Early Intervention * Major life transitions *Trauma & Children * Children of Incarcerated Parents * Inmate’s Children

Child Care skills * Child Abuse and Neglect * Child Development * Parenting skills * Community resources * Assessments * Trauma & Children * School Issues * Depression and self-harm behaviors * Foster care *Juvenile Justice Involvement * At-risk of Psychiatric hospitalization * Developmental Disabilities * Individual and Family Counseling * Crisis Intervention * Case Management Hygiene Skills * Organizational Skills* Behavior Management

You or your immediate family members can call EAP counselors for any life situation that causes you concern or when you are ready to grow personally and professionally. Some issues EAP counselors address: • Work stress • Family and persona relationships

Marriage * Pre-marriage * Self-esteem * Autism * Infidelity * Depression * Sexual Abuse * The Sexless Marriage * Couple Communication * Domestic Violence * Anger Management * Healing Bitter Memories * Stress Management * Conflict Management * Death & Dying * Toxic People * Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders * Healthy Families * Trauma, Addictions & Relationships * Self-Defeating Behaviors * Children with Incarcerated Parents l Trauma & Sexuality Intimacy: Women, Men, & Relationships * Mood & Food * Grief & Loss * Trauma & Adolescents * Emotional Manipulation * Ways to Wreck Relationships & Strategies for Fixing them

Children, Pre-Teens, and Teens with Special Needs.

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