Another View, LLC
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History:

Another View was formed in 1978 to provide educational and counseling services.

The organization's officers have completed several independent research projects. Don See, president and Allen Huff, vice president, completed a project entitled “Successful Offspring from Single Parent and Low Income Families” - an evaluation of factors contributing to success of children from single parent and low income families. Allen has also co-wrote a book, entitled "Style Over Substance," about working with inner city youth. Don wrote an article (published with the Center of Substance Abuse Treatment), titled, “Culturally Specific Treatment for African American Women” (2003). Don's most recent book is titled: 
"Keys to a Successful Relationship" From Childhood to Adulthood. Don's is presently writing a book titled, It's All About Me".       


Lesson learned:
Understanding from where we come - and how we got there - is the key to going where we want to go. A person's culture - if not understood can impact the workplace, family, friends, and other lives. Self loved and self esteem can not be confused with anger. Anger is often a thought that we have been victimized. 

Since the company's inception, we have broadened our scope to include work with organizations and families. We have found that traditional ideas, concepts and beliefs are oftentimes contrary to reality. Therefore, we strive for an understanding of “why” in order to reach problem resolution.

Mission:

Our mission is assist individuals, couples and families, organizations, and communities to develop and reach their goals.

Counseling:

We provide marital, family, mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse counseling utilizing an eclectic approach to therapy. We believe it is critical to structure our therapeutic sessions to provide understanding of the clients and to allow the clients to feel free to participate in a structured fashion. The therapist’s goals for the initial session are to:

• establish trust and rapport.
• socialize the patient into cognitive therapy.
• educate the patient about his/her disorder.
• educate the patient about the cognitive model.
• educate the patient about therapy.
• normalize the patient’s difficulties.
• instill hope.
• elicit the patient’s expectations for therapy.
• gather additional information.


Insurances: Anthem (Blue Cross/Blue Sheild), Aetna, QualChoice, CareSource, Cigna, Emerald Health,Well Care, Medical Mutual, Magellan, UBH, etc.


Expertise:

• Program Development
• Program Evaluation
• Staff Development
• Sexual Harassment Training
• Ethics
• Strategic Planning
• Board Training
• Staff Supervision
• Facilities and Operational Management
• Personal Coaching for Executives
• Individual, Couples, Group & Family Counseling
• Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Consultation
• Domestic Violence - Victim and/or Perpetrator
• Relationships Training
• Culturally Competent and Diversity Trainings
• Anger Management
• Community Organization
• Policy and Procedure Development
• Continued Quality Improvement
• Cognitive Behavioral Training
• Child Abuse,Ageism and Life Span Development
• Team Building
• Psychological and Psychosocial Assessment
• Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Intervention
• Clinical Audit Preparation
• Drug Free Work Place

Counselor,Social Work and Marriage & Family Therapist provider for CPE's

Location: Don See, Ph.D., LISW, LPCC, LICDC, SAP
20310 Chagrin Blvd. # 6
Shaker Heights, Ohio 44122
Phone: 1-216-283-1002 or 1-216-406-5017

Location: Allen Huff, LISW
The Neighborhood House, Inc.
1000 Atcheson St.,
Columbus, Ohio 43203,
(614)332-2465

E-Mail: ahuff@anotherview.us
E-mail: donsee@anotherview.us
E-Mail: rallen@anotherview.us

Another View, LLC

 
 

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