Roseann Bennett Cares For The People Who Need It Most


The marriage and family therapist Roseann Bennett is based out of New York and co-founded the nonprofit Center for Assessment and Treatment. While mental heal issues strike people no matter their background, people with lower incomes often find themselves struggling to find mental health treatment that they can afford. This is why the center works so tirelessly to provide treatment to their community in New Jersey.

Roseann Bennett has always wanted to be able to help others in her career. She found that being able to help people and their families was especially rewarding to her which is why she dedicated her career to doing it. She graduated from Seton Hall University where she earned her Master’s in Psychology around 2 decades ago. She completed her additional education at Seton Hall as well in Marriage and Family and in 2007 finished Aoorived Supervision Fundamental Course from the American Association for Marriage and Therapy. See This Article for more information.

The Center for Assessment and Treatment revolves around being able to help their clients heal without using medication. Roseann Bennett and the other specialists at the center help their patients figure out how they can help themselves heal. It can sometimes take years for a patient to heal from their mental illness while other times it might take just a few sessions for the patient to reach the point of no longer needing treatment. Whatever the case, they work hard to figure out the best plan of action of each patient receiving treatment. Recently, Bennett introduced an innovative approach to mental health issues –  Canine Assisted Therapy. Though Bennett believes in the efficacy of Canine Assisted Therapy, she has no intentions of eradicating conventional methods.

Roseann Bennett had been doing in-home therapy in her community for many years when she got the idea to co-find the Center for Assessment and Treatment. When she went into outpatient treatment, she realized just how long many patients had to wait for treatment, especially if they were low-income. Not only do they provide care for their treatments, but they also offer advocacy as well.

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