We offer clinical, therapeutic services that address personal emotional crises such as depression, anxiety, and mood disorders; the additional challenges faced by those with special needs; difficulties adjusting to new or unexpected situations; conflicts in interpersonal relationships with parents, teachers, siblings, or peers; and/or the commonly shared challenges of growing up.
To learn about the different forms of therapy and counseling we offer for children and teens, please visit our Counseling & Therapy page.
Assessment of Abilities and Needs
Identification of strengths and emotional, social, psychological and/or academic needs.
JFS provides a wide array of support groups. Please visit our Support Groups page to learn more.
Jewish Family Service provides on-site assessment, and parent and teacher consultation for students experiencing social or emotional difficulty adjusting to classes and/or the school environment. Please visit our In-School Resources page to learn more.
Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of speech and language deficits to help children develop better communication.
How to Get Started:
Call Intake at (972) 437-9950 x340 and leave a message on our confidential voicemail with name, phone number, name and age of child, and type of service requested. You may expect a call within 24-48 hours for an initial intake.
Complete this short questionnaire and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and a staff member will contact you to complete the intake paperwork.