Therapeutic Mentoring

Summary

  • 10 Companies
  • 0 Patents
  • 0 Use Cases
  • 2 Case Studies
  • 5 Science Papers
  • Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
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Individual and Family Services
Austin, TX
Since 1903, PCHAS has provided Christ-centered care and support to children and families in need. We serve children and families throughout Texas, Missouri and Louisiana through twelve core programs: Adoption & Maternity Services, Foster Care, Foster Care Case Management, Medical Case Management, Group Homes (for children), Residential Treatment, Education, Child and Family, Family Solutions for Kids, Single Parent Family, Transitional Living (for young adults who have aged out of foster care) and Therapeutic Mentoring. Through these programs, we serve approximately 5,000 children and families each year. Please call 800-888-1904 or visit pchas.org to learn more about us.
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Nonprofit
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Mental Health Care
Frederick, Maryland
We aim to serve the community’s complex mental health needs for at-risk children, adolescents and adults through outpatient services across Maryland. Our goal is to assist individuals and families in minimizing obstacles and maximizing their mental health recovery efforts. We specialize in Psychiatry, Off-Site Counseling Services, On-Site therapy, and Therapeutic Mentoring.
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Public Company
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Mental Health Care
Belleville, Wisconsin
Foundations Counseling Center Inc was started in 2004 by Cristie Harbour, MS and Alisa-Kelly-Martina, MSSW, LCSW. Cristie and Alisa have over 28 years combined experience providing Intensive In-Home services to children, adults and families throughout Southern Wisconsin. Foundations Counseling Center Inc is a private outpatient mental health clinic operating out of Belleville, WI. Foundations Counseling Center Inc provides a wide range of traditional outpatient mental health services. In addition to these more traditional services, the clinic also provides Intensive In-Home Counseling as well as therapeutic mentoring, and group therapy.
2004
Privately Held
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Social Organization
Itasca, IL
Camelot Care Centers strives to serve youth in foster care in hopes of reunification back to family or to find them their “forever homes” through guardianship or facilitating adoption. Our comprehensive service line includes case management, foster parent support and training, in home counseling, therapeutic mentoring and access to tele-psychiatry to help create healthy environments of care.
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Mental Health Care
Roanoke, Virginia
BRALEY & THOMPSON, INC. Professional Support Services for Children and Families Since 1979 Braley & Thompson, Inc. was established in 1979 by Dean Braley and Ray Thompson to provide exceptional community-based treatment programming to serve the needs of children and families throughout Virginia. Our professional services include: • Therapeutic & Non-Therapeutic Foster Care • Short-Term Foster Care • Information & Training for Prospective Foster Families • Foster Family Resources • Parenting Classes • Agency & Support Referrals (Forms Available) • Independent Living Apartments, Courses, Services, & Support • Counseling (Outpatient) • Mental Health Support Services & Skill Building • Life Skills Training • Intensive In-Home Care & Services (Chesapeake Only) • Therapeutic Mentoring Programs •Therapeutic Supervised Visitation Services • Life Skills Coaching & Home Monitoring
1979
Privately Held
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Richmond, Virginia
Attachment and Trauma Institute Specializes in offering Community Based Services including Intensive In Home Mental Health Skill Building Residential Diversion Therapeutic Visitation Therapeutic Mentoring Individual and Family Counseling
2006
Public Company
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Individual and Family Services
Lincoln, MA
Lovelane, a pediatric, therapeutic horseback riding program that has a dramatic impact on the physical and cognitive development of children with special needs, was incorporated as a non-profit in 1992. Lovelane is recognized and regularly recommended by the Boston pediatric medical community for therapy for a wide variety of special needs diagnosis’s. Lovelane provides 4,500 therapeutic sessions in a typical year with the help of 197 volunteers. Lovelane's therapeutic program includes weekly sessions with children from 39 communities throughout the greater Boston area, whose primary diagnoses include cerebral palsy (16%), down syndrome (8%), genetic disorders (20%), autism spectrum disorders (27%), learning and developmental delays (15%), hearing and vision impairments (1%), neurological and seizure disorders (7%) and rare or undiagnosed disabilities (6%). Lovelane is committed to individual sessions for each child so that specific therapies can be analyzed and applied for progressive results. These therapies change and are altered as the children grow and goals change. Our core lesson program serves 100 students weekly, 35 additional children join us un-mounted therapeutic mentoring programs. The unmounted sessions have various goals depending on the age of the students, including: increasing social awareness, building self-esteem and confidence, improving conversational skills: such as turn-talking, topic maintenance, eye-contact, and body language, functional life skills such as: time management, prioritizing tasks and responsibilities, managing and working with a team, and communicating with peers and supervisors. Lovelane also partners with local non-profits who serve the special needs population including The Cotting School and The Perkins School for the Blind and offers summer workshops combing off-horse social pragmatic classes with therapeutic horseback riding sessions.
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Nonprofit
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Petersburg, Virginia
Progressive Community Outreach (PCO) works each and every day to improve the well-being of children and families with advocacy and support through therapeutic mentoring, parent coaching, and youth groups. Our efforts are made effective through the use of evidence-based practice, knowledgeable staff, and efforts above and beyond the scope of practice. PCO strives to make a lasting impact in each life we encounter and to develop strong leaders for tomorrow.
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Mental Health Care
Los Angeles, CA
Spearhead Health is a dynamic team of behavioral healthcare professionals that offer the following pre and post-treatment services for individuals that suffer from mental health and substance use disorders: Crisis Intervention, Therapeutic Case Management, Therapeutic Mentoring, Therapeutic Coaching, and Therapeutic Companioning. We collaborate with the top professionals and programs in the world, working closely with clinical teams to create and execute forward thinking treatment plans. Our support to our participants and their families is unwavering throughout the challenging process of healing that we all work toward.
2019
Privately Held
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Fredericksburg, VA
Youth Life Services is an outpatient therapy practice located in Fredericksburg, VA. Our services include: Individual & Group Therapy Therapeutic After School Progam - Tutoring - Group chat sessions - Recreation Community Engagement and Health & Wellness Fairs - Monthly & annual events to provide mental health resources and psychoeducational groups to support youth to express themselves through art, yoga, and recreation Community Service - Opportunities to serve the community through creative and fun projects Therapeutic Mentoring - Individual coaching and training to support youth to build effective communication, problem-solving skills, and positive outlets to manage daily needs/stress Young Adult / Adult and Parenting Services - Individual and group therapy or coaching to support with transitions, life struggles, parenting skills and/or mental health difficulties (19+ years old)
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Science

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
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The role of therapeutic mentoring in enhancing outcomes for youth in foster care.
Effective service interventions greatly enhance the well-being of foster youth. A study of 262 foster youth examined one such intervention, therapeutic mentoring. Results showed that mentored youth improved significantly in the areas of family and social functioning, school behavior, and recreational activities, as well as in the reduction of expressed symptoms of traumatic stress. Study results suggest that therapeutic mentoring shows promise for enhancing treatment interventions.
Psychology, Medicine
2011
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Therapeutic mentoring: reducing the impact of trauma for foster youth.
This study utilized secondary data analysis to examine therapeutic mentoring (TM) as a service intervention in helping to reduce trauma symptoms in foster youth. Outcomes were compared for mentored (n = 106) and non-mentored (n = 156) foster youth related to experience and symptoms of trauma. Results showed that mentored youth improved significantly in the reduction of trauma symptoms relative to non-mentored youth, suggesting that TM shows promise as an important treatment intervention for foster youth with trauma experiences.
Psychology, Medicine
2013
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Campus Corps Therapeutic Mentoring: Making a Difference for Mentors.
College student mentors are increasingly mentoring at-risk youth, yet little is known about the benefits that college students derive from their experience mentoring within the context of a service-learning course. This qualitative study used focus groups to examine college students’ experiences as participants in a unique program, Campus Corps: Therapeutic Mentoring of At-Risk Youth. This course-based, service-learning program utilizes college student mentors to mentor at-risk youth within a family systems framework. In 19 focus groups conducted with 141 college student participants, the student mentors indicated that they experienced significant personal growth and profes sional development through their participation in the program and that the program positively influenced their civic attitudes and their orientation toward civic engagement. This article provides a review of related research, describes the program, explores the findings of the focus groups, and discusses implica tions for college service-learning programs.
Education, Psychology
2013
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Therapeutic Mentoring: Mentalization Training in the Community
This paper describes a therapeutic mentoring program involving 150 children over a period of three years. The program is operated from an outpatient clinic, in this case using psychodynamic supportive therapy delivered in the home as a clinical hub for high-risk families referred by child welfare, juvenile justice, or courts. This program is part of Massachusetts Children's Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI, 2013). This model of therapeutic mentoring requires all youth be involved with individual or family therapy and that the technique is designed to stabilize aggressive behavior in the community and begin to develop lasting social skills that can be sustainable in the community as a protective factor against poverty, social deviance and violence. The process of mentoring is viewed as an adjunct to therapy and a concrete way to practice mentalizing while learning to engage in a positive community activity. Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Psychology
2014
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Delinquency Diversion using Home‐based Psychotherapy and Therapeutic Mentoring
Delinquency is often a source of crime and misery in a community. Truancy is frequently identified as a first step to delinquency too often resulting in a life of social deviance, addiction, and daily living instability. This paper provides case examples illustrating how long-term home-based psychotherapy, community supports such as therapeutic mentoring, and a strong mother can combine to divert delinquency in school aged children identified early with behavioral problems. Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Psychology
2014
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Science papers by Year

Clinical Trials

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Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
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Therapeutic Mentoring Case Study - 770 Words | Bartleby
Therefore, non-billable events have been excluded. Prior to the current contract period which began January 1, 2016, the Therapeutic Mentoring program was ...
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2016
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Case study - Therapeutic Mentoring Rooms - Unicef UK
The key problem this case study addresses. A significant proportion of refugee and asylum seeking children have experienced severe.3 pages
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@vicktorylife
Providing outpatient counseling, therapeutic mentoring & life skills training in Northern VA.
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