Meet Our Team
Terrica Turner, CEO

 

Terrica Turner, Chief Executive Officer

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After 10 years of providing mental and behavioral health therapies and rehabilitation to individuals and families, Terrica has mastered service delivery with almost 100% client-family satisfactory. Terrica has provided exceptional services to over 300 families. Her passion to serve others dealing with traumatic experiences lead to discovering her purpose of managing and overseeing day to day operations of CFTF, LLC; which will allow her to share her experience, expertise, and efforts to steward of service delivery as a therapist. 

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, COO

6 years of providing strength and evidence based clinical modalities has lead to the great accomplishment of monitoring the daily operations of CFTF, LLC.  has served over 300 families during the course of providing therapy. Helping others has always been apart of life which led her in the direction of providing mental and behavioral health services.  As Chief Operating Officer,  will perform executive tasks but still remain at the core of service delivery on a day to day basis. 

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Center For Thriving Families, LLC

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THE PRACTICE

Lack of Access to Care:

Lack of access to supports can have a serious and lasting impact across all areas of a child’s life. Leaving children without support contributes to school drop-out, unemployment, and involvement with the juvenile or criminal justice system. In addition to loss of short- and long-term opportunities, there is also loss of life with suicide as the second leading cause of death for those ages 10 to 24..

Prevention:

Prevention programs support the positive development of all children in their communities, across multiple areas including their health, in school, and at home.  Prevention of mental health disorders begins with perinatal mental health, including access to services that support healthy development during pregnancy and focus on maternal—and paternal—mental health during and following pregnancy. But support should not stop when the baby is born.

Early Identification:

Early identification, accurate diagnosis, and effective treatment of mental health and substance abuse in school-aged people can alleviate enormous suffering and heartbreak and help young people to benefit from their education and to lead productive lives. Efforts to identify challenges early should involve all those who support and work with children and adolescents including teachers, primary care providers, mental health professionals, and school staff and administrators.

 

 

Access to Services:

Children and families should have access to mental health and other support services that are trauma informed as needed, including longer-term support, regardless of how the child or family enters the service delivery system. Integrated and comprehensive treatment plans should involve the family and all service providers, including the school system, courts, child protection, health care, case managers, and the child mental health system.