M.A., MFT, LADC
Ms. Perrine received her Master's degree with distinction from the University
of Nevada, she is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and she is
also a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. She has extensive experience
in the mental health field as a Mental Health Counselor and clinical supervisor,
and is the recipient of a Nevada Senatorial Award for her work. Ms. Perrine
is an instructor at the University of Nevada, Reno where she teaches for
the Human Development and Family Studies Program. Ms. Perrine works with
individuals, couples, and families. She specializes in counseling survivors
of domestic violence, abusive relationships, and Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder. She is experienced in performing Drug and Alcohol evaluations
and skilled in group therapy, especially substance disorder groups and
survivors of domestic violence groups.
William W. Jenkins, D.Ed., Psychologist
Jenkins received his undergraduate and graduate degrees
in Counseling and Psychology from Pennsylvania State University.
He was tenured as an Associate Professor in Psychology
at Elizabethtown College and he was Director of Clinical
Services for the Nevada Rural Mental Health System. With
the Rural Mental Health System, he served as senior clinical
supervisor for all clinicians of sixteen clinical offices
across the rural areas of Nevada. In addition to his work
in these positions, he has been a consultant and board
member for hospitals, sports organizations, and numerous
public and private organizations, including Federal agencies.
Dr. Jenkins has always maintained a private clinical practice
in individual and family therapy. His private practice
has included training and supervising therapists from a
variety of disciplines using the Milan Therapy approach.
Dr. Jenkins has served on the Nevada Board of Marriage
and Family Therapist Examiners and he served as Treasurer
for the Nevada Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Additionally, he has many years of experience as a small
business owner and has been a nationally competitive athlete.
Jerry M. Cinani, MS, LADC, BCIA-EEG
Cinani received his B.A. degree from the University of
Nevada and his Master's degree from the University of Alberta
in Psychology. He has been an instructor in psychology
at community colleges and consultant to the Provincial
Government of Alberta, Canada and the Nebraska State Department
of Developmental Disabilities. He has 25 years of experience
in the mental health field as an administrator and therapist.
Mr. Cinani has specialized in the application of biofeedback
and Neurofeedback to clinical conditions in the areas of
mental health and alcohol and drug treatment. Mr. Cinani
has also been the director of an addiction evaluation and
treatment center and responsible for biofeedback training
in a pain clinic. He is a licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor
and certified as a group facilitator for treatment for
perpetraters of domestic violence.
Mr. Cinani also holds BCIA-EEG certification with the Biofeedback
Certification Institute of America.
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