Jenkins Family Solution Center is a mental health facility in Tarrant County. We work with adolescents, young adults, individuals, couples, and families. JFSC exists to provide clarity and hope through change. Our culture fosters wellness through a holistic approach to therapy which allows clients to experience restoration, freedom, and growth. Our approach to therapy and coaching is inclusive of openness, empathy, compassion, and connection.
At JFSC we understand that in order to have a successful therapeutic or coaching experience the quality of the therapeutic/coaching relationship is imperative. Throughout our joining process and work together we honor each clients culture, philosophy, beliefs, values, and spirituality along with creating a safe space and environment for the client to be the expert on his/her own life.
As a client you are free to be yourself. We believe that authenticity is the best thing you can bring to therapy and coaching. We want to meet the real you and in return, we promise to bring consideration, acceptance, understanding, and a little humor along with evidenced based practices.
We understand that therapy and life coaching requires a significant investment of your time both during and after regular sessions. However, this time will not be spent in vain, the goal is it may lead to better relationships, solutions to specific problems, and relief of negative emotions.
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Solution Focused Therapy is a goal-directed collaborative approach, developed by Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg, SFT is used with individuals, couples, and families to clarify their desired outcome and then identify and use current strengths and resources to pursue it.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy is a skills-based approach, developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan. DBT is used with individuals experiencing a variety of challenges to help improve interpersonal relationships and self-image through emotion regulation and impulse control.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a psycho-social approach, developed by Dr. Aaron T. Beck. CBT is used to help individuals learn how to identify and change destructive or disturbing thought patterns that impact their behavior and emotions in a negative way.
Emotional Focused Therapy is an attachment-based approach, developed by Dr. Susan Johnson. EFT is used with individuals, couples, and families to mend emotional bonds, restore trust and security, and experience a new sense of acceptance and belonging.
Gottman Therapy is an integrative approach, developed by Dr. John M. Gottman and Dr. Julie Schwartz Gottman. Gottman's approach is used with couples to build friendship and love, while reducing the negative impact of conflict.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy is a phased focused approach, developed by Dr. Francine Shapiro. EMDR is used to treat trauma and other symptoms experienced by clients by reconnecting the client in a safe and measure way to self thoughts, emotions, images, and body sensations associated with the trauma.