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.
Drug Evaluations & Substance Abuse
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.
“Great, caring people helping people. They know what they are doing. If you or someone you care about needs help, check them out.” -Lee Legenhausen
“John and his staff are very professional and experienced in helping individuals and families. I would highly recommend them for all your counseling treatment needs.” -Tom Grantham
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Become part of a caring group of people that can nurture you through life’s toughest times. We teach you strategic principles that move your family forward and help you #BeComplete.
Our memories are fragile. From the time we’re born, our brain is constantly collecting and processing bits of information based on our experiences — both negative and positive. Some stick with you for life, while others are forgotten or suppressed. What makes a memory, and when those memories aren’t so good, how do they turn into trauma?What Constitutes a Memory? For us to recall certain processes or events, we must first draw them out of our memory. Our brain forms memories by encoding, storing, retaining and recalling information from our past experiences. It begins in our short-term storage, and once repeated enough, it travels to our long-term storage via the hippocampus so we can perform tasks, recognize people and travel places subconsciously, without having to think twice. The main parts of the brain involved with memory are the amygdala, the hippocampus, the cerebellum, and the prefrontal cortex. The amygdala is involved with fear, and therefore largely responsible for...