As the owner of Hackettstown, New Jersey’s Center for Assessment and Treatment Rosann Bennett is always working to make sure that she and her staff are well versed in the latest therapies and supporting techniques for their clients. It was in researching canine assisted therapy that Roseann Bennett and her husband Todd found the perfect member to add on to their staff.
Jack was added to the Bennett family and the practice last year. Jack has been through obedience and canine therapy training before being utilized full time in the practice. Studies have shown that having canine assisted therapy can help individuals feel more comfortable in therapy sessions, which can lead to a greater depth to their sessions. Canine assisted therapy has also been shown to calm children with Autism and help with relieving anxiety attacks. Jack will never be a replacement for any therapeutic approach but is meant to be used to enhance therapy sessions.
Roseann Bennett worked as an in-home therapist for decade before opening her therapy business. During her time as a in-home therapist, Roseann saw a need for a therapy center where anyone could receive help regardless of insurance coverage or co pays. Rosanne and her husband Todd used their own funds to open the doors of the Center for Assessment and Treatment. Since 2010 the Center has been privately funded and they help anyone in need. Roseann graduated from Seton Hall Unniversity with both an MA in Psychological Studies and an EdS in Marriage and Family Therapy.
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