why CHOOSE us?
We believe maintaining a strong family foundation is an essential key to recovery. Complete Family Treatment Services is one of the few treatment centers in Nebraska that emphasizes the benefits of receiving counseling as a unit rather than an individual. You don’t have to go through this alone.
WE’VE BEEN THERE
We care about your struggles because we relate to them. From trauma to addiction and beyond, our therapists provide a safe, nonjudgemental and compassionate environment where you feel understood and respected. Our staff is living proof that no obstacle is too big to overcome.
Addiction and mental illness often go hand in hand, which is why each of our therapists is dual-certified in treating both mental health and substance use disorders. We provide you with expert, in-depth treatment for issues on the surface and search for underlying ones, as well.
Mental Health & Mental Illness
Family Therapy & Counseling
When one person is struggling, it affects the whole household. Our family therapy strengthens and balances your family unit like never before. We teach you how to better appreciate and understand the ones you love.
Child Therapy & Counseling
If your child is experiencing distress, our team is equipped to help him or her take the steps they need to succeed in addition to family therapy. We steer your child toward a better path and a brighter future.
Marriage & Couples Counseling
FROM OUR FOUNDER
Owner – John Hall, NCC, PLMHP, PLADC
Read John’s profile in Psychology Today here.
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Join our family to become part of a caring group of people that can nurture you through life’s toughest times. We teach you strategic principles that move you and your family forward.
PTSD - what is it? As defined by the National Center for PTSD - PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) is a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, a natural disaster, a car accident, or sexual assault. Who develops PTSD? Anyone can develop PTSD at any age. A number of factors can increase the chance that someone will have PTSD, many of which are not under that person's control. For example, having a very intense or long-lasting traumatic event or getting injured during the event can make it more likely that a person will develop PTSD. PTSD is also more common after certain types of trauma, like combat and sexual assault. Personal factors, like previous traumatic exposure, age, and gender, can affect whether or not a person will develop PTSD. What happens after the traumatic event is also important. Stress can make PTSD more likely, while social support can make it less likely. Will People with PTSD Get...