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    Programs that offer PCIT, a behavior management program that helps parents learn new ways to eliminate destructive behaviors in young children such as physical aggression, swearing, defiance, and disrespect to adults. PCIT places emphasis on improving the quality of the parent-child relationship by changing parent-child interaction patterns. It combines one-on-one coaching for parents by a trained PCIT therapist using structured child-parent play activities. The therapist uses a two-way mirror to watch the family interact and provides continual, real-time feedback, directions and encouragement through a hearing-aid-size radio receiver worn by the parent. Parents are first taught how to give praise for positive behavior and, when the parent and child have mastered the skills and the relationship has improved, move to the second phase of the process where discipline is introduced for negative behaviors.

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    Christian CounselingChristian counseling for behavioral and emotional mental health services for: Parenting concerns special needs individuals; Developmental problems relationship issues, educational and learning disabilities, anxiety, marriage counseling, ADD/ADH, anger codependency, social skills phobias character building, PTSD, depression, self esteem problems. Family counseling and couples therapy. Specializes in child and parent relationship and emotional issues.NorthumberlandScott Young CounselingScott Young Counseling
    Daemion Counseling Center - Parenting SkillsDesigned to help parents develop skills to improve the parent-child relationship. Who Is It For? Parents who want to learn the following: -To distinguish between "normal" behavior and serious problems. -When to walk away from conflicts. -Coping strategies to deal with tantrums. -If their expectations are realistic. What Is Involved? Ten weeks of individual sessions aimed at integrating mental health strategies vital to raising emotionally healthy children in safe environments. Parents learn successful parenting styles and gain confidence in their ability to make good decisions. How Does The Program Work? -Assess parenting challenges. -Explore styles of parenting. -Learn about the psychological development of children. -Practice parenting skills that are nurturing. -Improve parents’ relaxation and stress management techniques. -Integrate positive communication and parenting skills. -Balance affection for children (love, time, respect) and parental control. -Enhance the emotional and behavioral well-being of children through effective parenting.Chester*Main Site (Daemion Counseling Center)Daemion Counseling Center
    Family-Based Services-Northern Tier CounselingProgram provides intense therapeutic interventions and support services to the child and family to empower the family to care for their child with emotional disturbance, mental health issues, or trauma. Aims to prevent out-of-home placements such as Foster Care, Residential Treatment Facilities, or Inpatient Hospitalizations.BradfordNTC - Downtown TowandaNorthern Tier Counseling
    Family-Based Services-Northern Tier CounselingProgram provides intense therapeutic interventions and support services to the child and family to empower the family to care for their child with emotional disturbance, mental health issues, or trauma. Aims to prevent out-of-home placements such as Foster Care, Residential Treatment Facilities, or Inpatient Hospitalizations.SullivanNTC - Downtown TowandaNorthern Tier Counseling
    Family-Based Services-Northern Tier CounselingProgram provides intense therapeutic interventions and support services to the child and family to empower the family to care for their child with emotional disturbance, mental health issues, or trauma. Aims to prevent out-of-home placements such as Foster Care, Residential Treatment Facilities, or Inpatient Hospitalizations.TiogaNTC - Tioga CountyNorthern Tier Counseling
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society - Main Office - Counseling ServicesIndividual & Family Counseling Program consists of two (2) LCSW's and one (1) LSW. Certified in Mindfulness Based cognitive Therapy (MBCT). - Marital conflicts - Parent and Child relationships - Coping with aging - Drug and Alcohol abuse - Dealing with grief issues - Alternatives to Violence groups - Anger Management - Supervised VisitationVenangoFamily Service & Children's Aid Society - Main OfficeFamily Service & Children's Aid Society
    Family Service & Children's Aid Society - Titusville - Counseling ServicesIndividual & Family Counseling Program: - Marital conflicts - Parent and Child relationships - Coping with aging - Drug and Alcohol abuse - Dealing with grief issues Community Resource Coordination: serves students of the Titusville Area School District and their families to help them gain access to resources in the community that they may not know are available to them.CrawfordFamily Service & Children's Aid Society - TitusvilleFamily Service & Children's Aid Society
    Family Services of Montgomery County - Love and Logic Parent ProgramsLove and Logic parenting techniques prevent punitive forms of discipline and/or permissive parenting that may contribute to misbehavior in children. Program evaluations reveal positive outcomes for parents, including decreased stress, increased ability to set limits with their children, improved parent-child relationships, and increased use of appropriate successful discipline. Children develop their ability to resist peer pressure, encourage self-reliance and build self-esteem.MontgomeryFamily Services of Montgomery County - Montgomery; EaglevilleFamily Services of Montgomery County
    Franklin County - Phoenix Drive Location Behavioral Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services are for adults, adolescents, and children who are experiencing any distress and need short-term support services. Individuals, couples, and families can find relief for disruption in emotional well-being through community based services. Services offered at this location are: * Outpatient * Parent-Child Interactive TherapyFranklinLaurel Life - Behavioral HealthFolium, Inc.
    Outpatient Services - HonesdaleOffers trauma counseling services to children, families, groups and organizations. The Connections program is designed to assist children and youth ages 2 ½ -21 years who are dealing with a trauma or loss. Children who have experienced significant trauma through abuse, loss, or witnessing violence face unique emotional challenges. Friendship House collaborates with the Children’s Advocacy Center and other local organizations to be prepared to offer immediate assistance to these children. We provide individual, group, and family counseling, as well as family support groups. Our trauma therapists utilize Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE) which are both evidence-based programs. Offers Parent Child Interaction Therapy, (PCIT); treatment for a young child, ages 2-7 years old, that focuses on enhancing and improving the parent-child relationship. PCIT consists of 14-20 sessions focusing on two basic interactions, Child Directed Interaction- CDI and Parent Directed Interaction- PDI. Additional services include The SBBH Team Program, a mental health program designed for youth ages 5 to 13 years who are experiencing social, emotional, and or behavioral difficulties that impair their ability to function in school and other settings.WayneFriendship House - HonesdaleFriendship House
    Outpatient Services - MayfieldOffers trauma counseling services to children, families, groups and organizations. The Connections program is designed to assist children and youth ages 2 ½ -21 years who are dealing with a trauma or loss. Children who have experienced significant trauma through abuse, loss, or witnessing violence face unique emotional challenges. Friendship House collaborates with the Children’s Advocacy Center and other local organizations to be prepared to offer immediate assistance to these children. We provide individual, group, and family counseling, as well as family support groups. Our trauma therapists utilize Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE) which are both evidence-based programs. Offers Parent Child Interaction Therapy, (PCIT); treatment for a young child, ages 2-7 years old, that focuses on enhancing and improving the parent-child relationship. PCIT consists of 14-20 sessions focusing on two basic interactions, Child Directed Interaction- CDI and Parent Directed Interaction- PDI. Additional services include The SBBH Team Program, a mental health program designed for youth ages 5 to 13 years who are experiencing social, emotional, and or behavioral difficulties that impair their ability to function in school and other settings.LackawannaFriendship House - MayfieldFriendship House
    Outpatient Services - ScrantonOffers trauma counseling services to children, families, groups and organizations. The Connections program is designed to assist children and youth ages 2 ½ -21 years who are dealing with a trauma or loss. Children who have experienced significant trauma through abuse, loss, or witnessing violence face unique emotional challenges. Friendship House collaborates with the Children’s Advocacy Center and other local organizations to be prepared to offer immediate assistance to these children. We provide individual, group, and family counseling, as well as family support groups. Our trauma therapists utilize Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE) which are both evidence-based programs. Offers Parent Child Interaction Therapy, (PCIT); treatment for a young child, ages 2-7 years old, that focuses on enhancing and improving the parent-child relationship. PCIT consists of 14-20 sessions focusing on two basic interactions, Child Directed Interaction- CDI and Parent Directed Interaction- PDI. Additional services include The SBBH Team Program, a mental health program designed for youth ages 5 to 13 years who are experiencing social, emotional, and or behavioral difficulties that impair their ability to function in school and other settings.LackawannaFriendship House - ScrantonFriendship House

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