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Child-Parent Psychotherapy

Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) aims to support and strengthen the caregiver-child relationship through interaction and observation for trauma-exposed children ages 0-5.


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Kentucky

Centerstone To Receive 2018 Kentucky Nonprofit Award

Kentucky Nonprofit Network will recognize Centerstone at the 16th annual Kentucky Nonprofit Leadership Forum October 18 in Lexington. Centerstone will receive the 2018 Innovative Nonprofit Award, which recognizes an organization that implements inventive, nontraditional programs or methods that effectively meet community needs. The award recipient is required to demonstrate creativity and vision in finding unique ...

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Family Matters

Career Connect Named Community Partner of the Year

Centerstone's Career Connect team in Tennessee was named 2018 Community Partner of the Year by Nashville Workforce Network. Career Connect is a set of free employment services for young adults, ages 18 to 24, who have had any involvement with the criminal justice system. ...

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Indiana

Recovery and Resource Rally

Centerstone Indiana’s Child and Family Service team in Jennings County recently partnered with JC Cares to host a Recovery and Resource Rally in North Vernon. Twenty-five community partners shared information regarding their services with more than 125 local residents. JC Cares was formed by Darragh Wilson, Centerstone, Assistant Manager, Child and Family Team; Cheri Massey, Jennings County United Way director; ...

Centerstone Presents “Suicide: The Ripple Effect”

Centerstone, one of the nation’s leading providers of mental health and addictions care, partnered with Kevin Hines to produce Suicide: The Ripple Effect. Suicide: The Ripple Effect shares the story of Kevin Hines, who at age 19, attempted to take his life by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Hines is one of only 36 ...

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Indiana

Three Centerstone ‘Heroes’ Awarded by Mental Health America of Indiana

Mental Health America of Indiana (MHAI) is an organization dedicated to working “for the mental health of all citizens and for victory over mental illness and addictive disorders through public education, advocacy and public health reform.” As part of MHAI’s work, they annually recognize members of the community through their Heroes for Recovery Awards. Nominees include ...

Military Services

Centerstone’s Jodie Robison Joins American Counseling Association’s 2019-2020 Research and Knowledge Committee

Dr. Jodie Robison, Executive Director of Centerstone’s Military Services, has been selected to the 2019-2020 Research and Knowledge Committee of the American Counseling Association (ACA). Robison first joined Centerstone in 2007 as a behavioral health worker in Pediatric Integrated Care before establishing her own private behavioral health practice in 2012. Before she became executive director ...

Indiana

Scott County Community Foundation Awards Funds for Play Therapy

Centerstone is pleased to announce that the Scott County Community Foundation of Indiana has awarded our Child and Family Services Department a $3,500 grant to purchase five Mobile Play Therapy Kits for use in Scottsburg and surrounding communities. Local community partners, including schools and other not-for-profits, have voiced support for Centerstone’s work in the community and ...

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Tennessee

Tim Sewell Retires After 26 Years With Centerstone

After 26 years with Centerstone and filling a number of varied positions in his professional mental and behavioral health career, Tim Sewell, Clinical Services Manager in Child, Youth and Family Services, has retired. His last day was Friday, Dec. 31. Gino DeSalvatore says, “Tim has been a valuable asset to world of therapeutic foster care and kids ...