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Men's Mental Health Initiative

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Supportive Friend

Individualized Therapy

Since opening my practice, I’ve helped individuals face life’s challenges by helping them understand their own emotional patterns and direct them towards making the right choices. With the right tools, I guarantee a better outlook on any issues that life brings your way. Don’t know where to start? Give me a call or write me to schedule your first appointment.

---Dr. K. Jones , Jr. 

Happy Dad

Support for Single Fathers

Single fathers represent a unique and growing share of single-parent families for children. While they differ in important ways from single mothers, Brown emphasizes that “single dads need some of the same supports.” This includes “assistance from the other parent, if that person is in the family picture, to raise their children as effective co-parents, and [when the child’s mother is not in the picture] from family members, friends, and their network (e.g. faith community and direct-service nonprofits) in raising their children.” Because single-father families are more likely to be in poverty than married families, they also benefit from access to government services and aid. Finally, single dads need more community-based and online support groups and resources that are geared toward the needs of fathers, not just single mothers.---IFS

Group Therapy

One form of  therapy involves talking with a mental health professional to treat a variety of mental illness. Psychotherapy can occur one-on-one or in a group. Talk therapy treatment for PTSD and other disorders usually lasts 6 to 12 weeks, possibly longer. Many types of psychotherapy can assist with mental health. Some types target the symptoms of the disorder directly. Other therapies focus on social, family, or job-related problems. The doctor or therapist may combine different therapies depending on each person’s needs.

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