One Oak Consulting
PROBLEM: “MISPLACED” ADOLESCENT SOLUTION: ONE OAK CONSULTING
We help struggling children, adolescents and young adults throughout the country find the right help right now
“There is no such thing as “one size fits all” treatment. After years working as a clinician and addictions counselor I saw a profound need to help families avoid—or escape—the revolving door of treatment. That’s why I founded One Oak Educational Consulting. We’ve helped hundreds of families find the help they need.” ~Kim Jenkins, LCSW, CADC, One Oak Founder
If you are a parent, program, or professional looking for therapeutic or academic placement services,
call 773-288-9156 or email us at Info@OneOakConsult.com to discuss how we can help.
Our work as clinicians, addictions counselors, and treatment-program “insiders” has given us a refined understanding of what individual clients need. We’re trained to listen for diagnostic subtleties that might affect treatment and we possess both a clinical and intuitive understanding of the family system.
We personally visit and have assessed hundreds of schools and treatment programs in the US and abroad and work only with the best. Our independent status means that One Oak consultants receive no incentives of any kind from programs, keeping our evaluations and referrals objective.
At One Oak, we don’t just match clients to programs, we match clients to people. Within each program are clinicians and counselors with different clinical specialties and different personalities. And, yes, we do have favorites. Our team makes sure that all of our clients have access to the best program—and people in that program—to meet their unique needs.
Placement is part art, part science. The real proof is in the results. Collectively, the One Oak team has successfully placed hundreds of clients and participated in their progress from start to finish.
One Oak serves children, adolescents and young adults with emotional or behavioral problems. Some of our clients have never been to treatment. Others have had one or more therapeutic experiences that have not been adequately successful.