Getting to Know BCA - There are many ways that BCA attempts to ensure that clients are provided outstanding services
Diversity of Services
BCA offers a very broad range of services, including:
- Individual, Couples, and Family Counseling
- Consultation to business, schools, medical and community organizations
- Career Assessment and Counseling
When an individual or family is referred to BCA for services, they are provided with the type of service that is needed for the problem presented. The qualifications of the staff are outstanding, allowing clients to counsel with a professional who is schooled and trained in the area of their concern. BCA's professional staff has the training to meet the needs of almost everyone who seeks our services and if we cannot meet your needs, we will make every effort to point you in the right direction to a service provider you need.
Talented Professional Staff
Presently, BCA has a staff of 6 Doctoral Level Psychologists, 7 Licensed Social Workers, and 5 Licensed Professional Counselors. The BCA staff is a very talented group that includes professionals who are schooled and trained to deal with a wide variety of issues, including:
- Addictions (i.e. Drug & Alcohol, Gambling, Pornography, Eating)
- Elderly (Counseling as well as Neuropsychological
- Gay & Lesbian
- Work Related Problems
- Anxiety & Depression
- Women's and Men's Issues
- Personality Dysfunction
- Eating Disorders
- Medically Related Psychological Issues
- Neuropsychological Assessment
- Personality Assessment
- ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder Services
Overall, BCA has a committed staff of 18 mental health professionals who are dedicated to providing outstanding services for clients and their families. Most importantly, BCA matches the client's needs with the most appropriate professional in an attempt to ensure a positive counseling outcome.
Professional Training and Supervision
BCA believes that every staff member should continue their training and supervision throughout their entire career. Therefore, every therapist at BCA has individual supervision on a regularly scheduled basis. The purpose of the supervision is multifaceted, including:
- Providing an opportunity for the professional to discuss difficult and complex cases with another professional
- Discussing issues surrounding the therapeutic setting such as case management, assessment, and planning
- Providing a professional setting where the clinicians can assess client progress, define future treatment goals, and ensure clients the most effective treatment.
In addition to the individual supervision, BCA offers structured group supervision on a quarterly basis for all staff. All licensed professionals at BCA complete and an average of 15 continuing education credits each year.
BCA is an approved provider of continuing education units through the American Psychological Association (APA). As a CE provider, BCA is able to offer CE units to staff members through workshops offered on-site at the BCA offices. As noted above, all licensed professionals at BCA complete an average of 15 continuing education units each year.
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