Services

 

• EAP Workplace based services
• Treatment for traumatized, attachment resistant children and adolescents
• Advocacy
• Comprehensive Trauma and Attachment Assessments
• Parent Training
• EEG Biofeedback
• QEEG Assessments and Evaluation
• Comprehensive DFCS services including
• Specialized Assessments
• Therapy
• Parenting
• Supervised Visitation
• Case Management
• Drug and Alcohol Screening
• Crisis Intervention
• Behavioral Aide Services
• Early Intervention

 

Please call our Agency if you have any questions about the services we offer.

Affiliates

Alliance for Change through Treatment, LLC (ACT)

Alliance for Change through Treatment, LLC (ACT) is a multi-service, mental health and social service agency. The agency is owned and managed by clinicians with decades of clinical experience in the fields of mental health and social services. More>

 

Alliance for Change through Treatment, LLC (ACT)

Attachment and Bonding Center of Atlanta, LLC (ABC) was founded to provide Neurofeedback (QEEG) and specialized treatment for children with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) while providing training for the parents and families of these children. More>

 

Alliance for Change through Treatment, LLC (ACT)

ABC University is a training institute designed for those providing services in the wellness* profession as well as individuals and parents and/or guardians of children wanting to enhance personal development. We strive to provide outstanding training opportunities for mental health clinicians, parents, adults, service providers, legal personnel and other helping professionals. More>


Alliance for Change through Treatment, LLC (ACT)

Atlanta Center for Healing, serving the Dekalb County communities, is a non-profit that takes a holistic approach in addressing the needs of individuals in need of alternative resources to mental and behavioral health matters. Atlanta Center for Healing targets low-income, indigent populations and offers counseling services and resource coordination for children and adolescents traumatized by life events.  This population may include children who are victims of sexual offenses or other types of abuse, have been neglected, or have been exposed to violence. More>