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Roseanne Bennett Penn’s Series Of Articles For Mental Health Month

 

Until Roseanne Bennett co-founded the Center for Assessment and Treatment in Hackettstown, New Jersey the mental health needs of New Jersey’s low-income citizens went largely unmet. The center operates as a nonprofit organization.

Roseanne conceived the center to provide affordable mental health care to those society tends to overlook. Although the center was created in 2010 with the disenfranchised or marginalized in mind it’s services are available to anyone who needs them.

Roseanne Bennett holds a Master of Arts in Psychological Studies and an Education Specialist degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Both degrees are from Seton Hall. The bulk of Roseanne’s experience comes from treating adolescents.

Her experience also includes marriage and family therapy, case and crisis management, and treatment planning. Roseanne Bennett serves as the Center for Assessment’s executive director and helped to establish it as a “mirrored reflection” of her own values.

In recognition of this year’s Mental Health Month which is observed in May, Roseanne Bennett wrote a series of articles. Roseanne explained that the motivation for penning the articles was her innate desire to help people.

The theme of the articles is the effect of mental health issues on families. One article in the series addresses the marital consequences of untreated depression. The pieces also serve as a do-it-yourself guide to better mental health. Click Here to go to the source article.

Prior to the Center for Assessment and Treatment Roseanne Bennett worked for Contextual Family Services. CFS is a nonprofit that provides in-home family counseling. Roseanne’s complete work history includes time spent as an In-Home Family Therapist for Cambridge Behavioral Health.

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