Roseann Bennet is a family and marriage counselor that has devoted her life to the mental health of individuals and their families for 10 years. Bennett has always worked with families and adolescents in New Jersey and even went on to work as an in home therapist to get a more personal outlook on her patient’s familial situations.
In 2009, she and her husband Todd went out on their own to make her dreams come true. They funded the project with their own savings and within a year Roseann Bennet opened the doors to her own practice for the same patients she’d visited years before. She named it Center for Assessment and Treatment and since 2010 she has maintained her devotion to the mental health of her clients.
Bennet’s practice has always been focused on being therapeutic and as beneficial a space as possible for their clients, and being an in-home therapist for so many years has definitely helped Bennet to develop a better understanding of the various goals of therapy. Read This Article for related information.
She has recently made the decision to incorporate “Canine Assisted Therapy” into her regime. Bennet has come to understand that animals have always been used to aid people in their day-to-day lives for a plethora of reasons.
They can call for help in the event of an emergency or they can provide a sense of support for those going through a rough time. That’s why as Executive Director of Center for Assessment and Treatment, Roseann Bennet took the liberty of adding “Jack” to the team. A service dog who will provide assistance to patients in her practice that could benefit from such a companion.