Lighthouse is committed to promoting and being a integral part of a healthy, positive community that enhances the growth and development of young people and their families. We place a strong emphasis on prevention and believe no child is too young to be a part of the family counseling process. Lighthouse works with parents and concerned family members to help prevent problems from becoming crises. We firmly believe in supporting parents in their difficult task of raising healthy, happy youngsters who can become responsible, successful adult citizens.
Our services include:
Lighthouse provides counseling and other services to children and their families who are experiencing a crisis. Such crises include children who are victims of physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse, children who have witnessed severe domestic violence in the home, including children who have witnessed the murder or assault of a family member, children who are suicidal, children who have been or are about to be expelled from school, or children who are homeless or about to become homeless. Children in crisis are a highly vulnerable population whose numbers in our community have increased dramatically. Lighthouse aims to prevent such negative consequence as death, injury, suicide, expulsion and entry into the criminal justice system.
The Human Brain is always working, but sometimes it needs help learning self-regulation. Using computerized feedback from specifically designed programs, the brain learns to increase certain brainwaves that help it function effectively.
Who? Children with ADHD, anxiety, mood, & sleep disorders & related problems; adults with similar issues or those who seek to maximize their potential
What? Ten or more sessions of "Brain Training" at Lighthouse
How? Six sensors are placed on the scalp and ears. They act like stethoscopes, tracking brain waves and sending them to a computer where an electroencephalogram (eeg) is recorded. While the client watches a movie or listens to music, the counselor sets targets for maximum brain balance, and the brain gets feedback from the soundtrack about its own performance.
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