The nation acknowledges Mental Health Awareness, every year in the month of May. As a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), Roseann Bennett treats a wide range of mental health disorders. Mostly those related to the breakdown of relationships within a family or marriage structure. Some of the clients that Roseann sees are in the midst of a separation or divorce, while others are trying to ground themselves within their immediate relationships. Bennett’s expertise comes as a result of over a decade of treating clients.
Clients can follow objectives for optimal recovery or maintenance of mental health issues. The objectives include: case management and treatment planning and crisis management. No one suffering from mental health related problems is beyond help. Roseanne Bennett uses a two-step approach, first identify the problem and then find out the root cause. Roseanne believes that in the not too distant future, mental health therapists will be able to treat patients using virtual diagnostic modes, such as those seen with telemedicine. See Related Link to learn more.
Today, there are a plethora of resources available to help clients with various mental health problems, for conditions such as chronic depression. Depression is one of the top issues seen by marriage therapists. Roseann Bennett believes that future treatment options begins with an assessment checking for depression. To help with this on a much broader level, she’s co-founded the Center for Treatment and Assessment, with her business partner, Dr. Todd Bennett, it’s located in Hackettstown, NJ. Bennett also serves as the Executive of the Center. The non-profit agency works to assist individuals in need of mental health counseling. They emphasis patient care, regardless if the patients have insurance coverage or not. (Read more about Roseann Bennett of Center for Assessment and Treatment: Q&A)
Roseann Bennett is a graduate of Seton Hall University, where she earned both her Masters and Ed.S degrees. After graduation, Roseann completed her post master’s certification in cognitive behavior therapy at REACH Institute. During this past mental health awareness month, Roseanne said that in the future, therapy will involve using digital communications as an extension of in-office visits. This will allow patients to contact therapists using Skype, video chats, texts and email.
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